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I was just watching a video about cleaning a revolver and the video showed to check if the ejector rod was screwed tight into the ejector plate. He showed hold the ejector rod in a vise so as not to damage it then with a towel turn the ejector plate till it is tight on the rod. I don't know if this will work with an SP101 but you could check into it. You might check if your ejector rod is tight into the ejector plate.
You might not go by an armchair crackednition and call Ruger about it. I wouldn't want you really messing up the gun by taking advice that might not be good for the gun or you.
 
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