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Old 08-07-2019, 04:02 PM
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Curious about how the single nine shoots , pros and cons. I'm also surprised that Rugers website lists no single action bisley in rimfire . There used to be I believe but not sure in 22 mag ?
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I am also curious to see the answers to your question.
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Old 08-09-2019, 06:27 AM
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Single Nine

I've owned two of these. Still have one of them.
I've noticed that when .22WMR is fired from a revolver, there is unburned powder residue left around the barrel/cylinder gap.
It looks like tiny popcorn and can impede the revolver's operation.
It can even foul the ejector rod hole, as well as the cylinder throats and forcing cone.
Because the chambers are closer together, the Single Nine is a little more prone to do this than my Single Sixes are.
This is only a problem on long range sessions.
The Single Nine is as accurate and trouble free as any Ruger Single Six.
Only when cocking the hammer does one notice that the cylinder comes into battery more quickly.
Would I buy another? You bet!
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Old 08-09-2019, 05:23 PM
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Glad to hear you liked the single 9 . I agree with the problems of unburnt powder . A big problem with DA revolvers and getting under the extracter . Never thought about it fouling the ejected rod .
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