Aw, crap ... and I was SO enjoying this .357 Colt I just got a few weeks ago. I guess I noticed it earlier but I was hoping it just needed oil or my ammunition was faulty or something ... When I raise the gun, as if firing, and it's tipped barrel up, about 45 degrees or more, a bullet casing almost invariably jams itself against a metal finger at the bottom of the slot where the cylinder advance pawl reaches out. It's like there's a sliver of steel,"grown," there. It doesn't do it always, but more often than not. I thought maybe it was cheapie ammo, but it does the same with cheapies or Winchesters, 38 or 357. So, ... will it live? Have I bought a great-shooting turd? Do I need to switch to the Ruger forum!?!? Take up archery? What the &%#&? Over?