.22 revolver ejection problems
I have a Taurus .22 revolver that has problems ejecting spent cartridges. This has been a problem for as long as I've had this gun. At one point I've dressed down small burrs in the chamber from where someone had dry fired it too much. That worked sorta, now it's happening again even after a fresh cleaning. I don't dry fire it, but I have snapped it some with spend cartridges in the cylinders. I love shooting this gun. I have heard of using a reamer on the cylinders to clean them up, but I don't necessarily want to buy a reamer for this.