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Old 06-27-2018, 05:23 PM
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The easiest way for me to get the base pin out is to bring the hammer to half-cock first, releasing the bolt from the stop notch, and then pull the base pin out. Without the locking bolt in the notch, the pin removal is much easier. At least is is for me.
Exactlly right. From what I'm reading, the OP needs a class in Bearcat 101. The half cock loading notch is maybe the best thing about them. No fumbling like the Single-whatever series.....
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Old 07-08-2018, 06:33 PM
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Yes all new Bearcat's have the safety caps - Pull the cylinder pin - Half cock - then open the gate and the cylinder should roll out.
Yes - I am sorry - Half cock then pull base pin...
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Old 10-01-2018, 08:21 PM
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I bought a New Model in '94 and after about 150 rds it would lock up if I held it at certain angles while cocking it, whether loaded or unloaded. I sent it back to Ruger and they replaced about half of the internals. About 50 rds later I notice that the cylinder latch was not working, no matter what the hammer position was. Broken spring. I didn't feel like messing with Ruger and had my LGS fix it. It sure messed up my impression of Ruger revolvers being indestructible tanks.
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