I fired several boxes of the CCI WRFs in two of my revolvers, a 6" Colt "New Frontier" Combination .22/.22WRM and a 4" S&W 651 .22WRM. No problems and they are the most accurate ctgs. I've tried in the S&W. (Even more accurate in the .22 WRM barrel of my .22WRM/.410 combo, BTW.)
WHY would a jacket separate in a revolver if it didn't in a rifle? Anyone had this problem in an SAA or New Service .44-40 or .38-40 or any .32-20 revolver with factory softpoints? I haven't. Wouldn't the RIFLE be more likely to have this problem since it reaches higher pressures and velocities? Do I smell a lawyer?