Learn how to assemble the cylinder on the Rome 22caliber Revolver in this free how-to video on proper maintenance of a Rome 22caliber Revolver.
Here's our three parts and we're going to reassemble this Rome single action 22 revolver. We're just going to repeat our original steps, we're just going to do it in reverse order. We're going to open up our loading gate, we're going to take our hammer back a quarter cock. That's when I just like to grab, I like to work over the top of the revolver and I like to take the cylinder in my left hand, just kind of drop it in here. You're just going to kind of fool with it a little bit just on how it's coming in. There we go. Alright! We're just going to kind of look with our loading gate open. You'll notice that it's kind of loose but it won't spin. And the reason it's not going to spin is right on the bottom there's a cylinder catch which are what these little lines here on the side of the cylinder are. So you can see how it won't spin but it will move, it'll rock right to left. We want it to rock right to left because in the next step of our assembly process we're going to want to be able to move that cylinder left and right when we're putting that pin back in. That's when I kind of, you know, before I get to that point I'm just going kind of look around. I want to make sure every thing's still touching together real nicely and make sure that I don't have any hang ups on anything. It's looking good. So, I'm just going to shut that loading gate and I'm going to get ready for our next step.
- Assembling the Cylinder of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Using Light Bore to Check the Barrel of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Using Snake Bore Tool to Clean the Barrel of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Using Snake Bore Tool Inside the Barrel of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Removing the Cylinder Pin of a Rome 22caliber Revolver
- Introduction to the Rome 22caliber Revolver