HI, I purchased a antique .22 "ranger" pocket pistol and I am having a bit of trouble removing the cylinder from the gun. The gun is pre 1898. It looks like the cylinder pin should be able to be unscrewed and then the cylinder should just fall out the side. But the pin wont budge its a little chewed up at the end and looks like someone may have tryed to use something like visegrips to unscrew it.
If anyone has any other ideas about how to get out the cylinder without destroyng this gun please let me know