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This is a discussion on GP100 .22lr increasingly difficult case ejection within the Ruger Double Action forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Originally Posted by jw6k For all who've been waiting in suspense, I permanently switched from CCI Mini-Mags to CCI Standard Velocity and the problem went ...


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Old December 2nd, 2019, 01:06 PM   #16
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For all who've been waiting in suspense, I permanently switched from CCI Mini-Mags to CCI Standard Velocity and the problem went away after a few dozen rounds. No difference in the way I clean the thing. After the switch I decided to stop cleaning the gun for several hundred rounds just to be sure I wasn't going crazy. I now have an extremely filthy gun, but no issue ejecting casings. I also now have several dozen sticks of Mini-Mags for which I've no use.
Glad you found a fix for the issue.

Now, regarding those CCI mini mags ......just send them to me.



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Glad it's working for ya, I have to disassemble the cylinder and clean it all out when that happens..
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No Problem Here

Possibly, I'm lucky with mine but after about 2K rounds, it's perfect. Difference might be that I clean it well after each range trip.
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Make sure you clean the cylinder thoroughly. Run the bore brush through each cylinder opening several times with a gun cleaner, let soak.
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