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Try a .22 Mag in it to see if it fits and get back to us....<><....

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This is a Winchester issue... Multiple firearms non magnums. Split cases and burrs at mouths... Quality issues

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Kid_couteau, there is no such thing as a dumb question. I think you may have solved the problem. I recently bought the pistol and was told it was a 22. I guess they didn't lie. Today was the first time I shot it. The cylinder isn't marked. I recently took the cylinder out and a 22 bullet is pretty loose in it. I guess my next question is: If I buy a 22lr cylinder for it, will I have to have it fitted, or will it go right in?
Measure the cylinder you have in your gun now with a dial caliper and make sure you get one close to that and if will work. I've done this the other way bought a magnum cylinder for a pistol having RF cylinder in it. Check Ebay often and try Rugers.com wts ads or post a wtb. NM to NM and OM to OM.
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If yo suspect that anybody but Ruger worked on it, you may want to check the indexing too..and fire it over some clean, white paper, looking for shaved lead.

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The 22 mag cylinder for my SS is marked as such......


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The 22 mag cylinder for my SS is marked as such......


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The older ones aren't but, electric penciled serial numbers(usually on front of cylinder) is common but, not a must to fit to another revolver with same length cylinder window.
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reafter me ..CCI...CCI....CCI...

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reafter me ..CCI...CCI....CCI...
CCI MiniMags are my first choice despite being slightly more expensive. Federal bulk and Aguila HV has worked well in my handguns as well.

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I've shot winchester 22s for over 50 years and never had a split case. Only ones i had problems with was squire binghams. They would split. Called them and they said it was my gun. Wanted me to send them the rifle so they could check it out. That wasn't going to happen. Went back to winchesters. End of split case problem.
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Iíve shot enough 22lr in magnum revolvers to know thatís probably your problem. Most will split and get a lot of soot around the mouth of the case. Just try a 22mag round in the calendar and if it fits thatís the problem.

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