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Old 08-30-2019, 10:07 PM
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I have a Single Six Hunter. I am not a Magnum shooter so my 22 Magnum cylinder was only used once to see if it was ok. I do Love the non flutted cylinder that comes with the Magnum cylinder. I wish Ruger would make a 22lr. Unflutted cylinder. Did they ever make a unflutted cylinder for the 22lr. Single Six ?
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Old 08-30-2019, 10:42 PM
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The Ruger Bisley 22?
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Old 08-31-2019, 08:13 AM
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I think they made them different so people wouldn't make a mistake.
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Old 08-31-2019, 09:37 AM
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Yes they did make them different so you can tell them apart. But I will never use my 22 Mag cylinder and I have a GP100 TALO that has a no fluted cylinder that I really like. I wish I could get a 22lr. cylinder for my Single Six. It would make it the perfect Single Six.

To bad that when you order one from Ruger that they do not give you the option of a unfluted cylinder if desired. Not a conversion model. It is a Hunter so many people would want the Magnum. But the only thing I hunt is steel plates at 25 yards. I am not a hunter. Magnum is just to expensive for plinking.
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Look on e-bay or a wtb on the Trading Post here for a Bisley cylinder?
Ive read a number of reports from folks who have bought the missing Mag cyl. for their SS and it fit without much, sometimes without any, trouble.
I am the other way from you, Id kinda like a Bis with a 22lr fluted; think they made a few way back. Ive held off getting a Bis until I find my Goldilocks Gun.
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Old 08-31-2019, 10:54 AM
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Crank if you ever due get a Beasley and decide you want to go that other way get in touch and maybe we can trade the 22lr. cylinders. If you desire.
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Ive read a number of reports from folks who have bought the missing Mag cyl. for their SS and it fit without much, sometimes without any, trouble.
I did just that a few months ago.

Back in 1970 my father picked up a single-6, and at the time was given the option of OR, not AND - so he took the LR cylinder (matching all his other .22s).

I found a magnum cylinder on-line (listed as "for old model"), and as I had problems finding a gunsmith with a backlog of less than "maybe before Thanksgiving", so test-fitted it with a wood dowel down the barrel into the cylinder.
It seemed to line up well, so I test-fired it with a towel draped over - it fired perfectly with no lead shavings, so no need for the gunsmith.
The mag cylinder now stays in the SS, and I use my H&R 999 (1980 dated by serial number) for .22LR shooting.

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