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Old March 18, 1999, 11:49 AM   #4
James K
Join Date: March 17, 1999
Posts: 22,069
Call Ruger. The cylinders are scarce because (at least at one time) Ruger would not sell cylinders, because they need individual fitting. If you do get one, make sure that it not only goes in and fires but locks up properly and has the proper barrel-cylinder gap. In other words, don't buy a cylinder sight unseen without being able to try it first. (And don't modify the gun trying to make the cylinder work! That gets expensive.)

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