Picked up a burnt bronze model a few months ago and finally got a chance to go to the range. The night before while getting my stuff together, I cocked the hammer and eased it down a few times then it locked up with the hammer half way back and the cylinder would not rotate. Tried to get the cylinder off by opening the gate but it wouldn't drop out being held in by the firing pin.I managed to get it out by pushing the firing pin back with a cleaning rod. The firing pin wouldn't bounce back into the recoil plate by itself via its spring. I thought the spring was broken or it was loaded with some kind of debris. Called Ruger customer service and long story short I asked for and got a new spring and bushing. I kept putting good ole Liquid Wrench in the pin hole and through the bushing and kept pushing the pin back and forth to work the oil into the pins recess. With the cylinder out I dry fired it about 50 times pushing the pin back manually each time and then the pin started to spring back on its own. After about another 25 dry fires it now functions as it should. I've seen on other forums of this happening in other Wranglers. Anyone else here experience this?