Please be sure that your base pin is fully inserted into the frame of your revolver. The base pin needs to be fully engaged into the locked position. Failure to do so will result in the transfer bar hitting the back side of the fire pin thereby causing your firearm to lock up. When you insert your base pin, you will feel the base pin lock nut reset itself within the groove of the base pin. If the base pin is not fully inserted as described above, your revolver can jam.
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- How do I clean the silver satin finish on my Rough Rider?
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- How do I adjust my adjustable sight Rough Rider?
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- Can I use a 9 shot cylinder in my 6 shot Rough Rider?
- Can I change my Rough Rider barrel to a different size barrel?