I went shooting yesterday and decided to get my Stainless Ruger Single Six out and get it dirty. I usually take my Ruger Mark II but I'm having some repairs done to it so I took the Single Six. I had extreme difficulty loading the cylinder because the shell casings were wider or the shell was thicker and I though if it's this hard getting them into the cylinder I don't want to break my ejector rod trying to push them out. I only took the one box of 333 rounds so I couldn't compare with other ammo and by the way the pistol was spotless because after shooting sometimes I have had to run the brass bore brush down to seat the ammo. I don't notice this when I'm shooting the semi Ruger Mark II but has anyone had this problem like I did?