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Old June 4, 2013, 09:33 AM   #19
armoredman
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I used the method Massad Ayoob mentioned some years ago, where the revolver is tilted straight up after releasing the cylinder, then the ejector rod is smacked down by the palm of the weak hand, negating the fine motor skill of locating the thumb on the tiny ejector rod tip, and giving more smack to any stuck brass, and helping overcome the less-than-full-length stroke of the snubby. I got good enough with it to win a match at Jensen's indoor range WAAAY back in the day with my Wells Fargo issued Smith Model 64. I'll have to do up a quick video on it...and see if I still "have it".
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