Collim1 Posted December 29, 2018 Share Posted December 29, 2018 I have a bunch of revolvers. All of them except for one are incredibly reliable. I have a beautiful 2” model 10-7 round butt. It truly is gorgeous. When shooting it get gunked up under the extractor star far faster than any other revolver I own. Sometimes it’s only 18-24 rounds before so much unburnt powder residue is under the star it locks up. Is this a gas ring issue? My model 66 is my workhorse, and often goes several hundred rounds without cleaning shooting the same ammo, and this has never been a problem with it any suggestions? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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