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I bought a Ruger LCRx @3 years ago, and due to the ammo shortage, we were advised to conserve what we had.
I did.
I shot @every 6 months just to stay familiar with the gun.
Since I owned it, I have had extraction problems.
Has anyone else had extraction problems?
 

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When was the last time you have run a brush through the cylinders. I have tried steel and aluminum in my LCR9. I darn near needed to use a hammer. Aluminum I had to use a rod from front of the cylinder to tap them out being careful to not damage the moon clip. Made no difference if it was the first cylinder after cleaning. I also have a LCR in 22 that will become difficult to extract when it gets dirty. Bore snakes do a good job on both.
 

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I took my LCRx .357 to an Omaha, NE, gunsmith, who polished the individual chambers of the cylinder.
So far so good.
Not too much faith in the Ruger factory. They could not find anything wrong.
If I have any more trouble, I am putting together a "nasty-gram" for Ruger about this "lemon".
 
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