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I'm looking at a Speed Six that looks like it may have a slightly bent crane from cylinder flip(like in the movies). I'm judging this from the uneven mating with the frame and the sticking out slightly at the bottom. The wider gap on the right top and the corresponding protrusion of the left bottom makes me suspect. It also has a couple of rotational wear lines on the ejector rod I don't see on my other Speed Six. The lines on the ejector rod don't look like they're from tightening it. What do you think? Would it throw the timing off?
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Cylinder flip is not going to affect a Ruger Speed Six.

Would take something more, which could have happened.
 

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Cylinder flip is not going to affect a Ruger Speed Six.

Would take something more, which could have happened.
You're probably right. I'm always a little uneasy buying a gun without being able to inspect it first. I'll take a chance if I can get it cheap enough. Worst case it could be a parts gun.
 
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