On 2/3/2020 3:19 PM, srhi...@gmail.com
# My GP100 is loaded, cocked, and jammed and I have no idea what to do. I don't want
# to transport it to a gunsmith or anywhere else in that state. What do I do? I have
# a photo but I can't see a way to upload it.
# [MODERATOR: Potentially there is insight on repair by knowing how it came
# to be this way, and presumably you got it home from a range without
# incident (so far so good.) Next best step for the moment: **call* a
# gunsmith local to you and have him work through with you how to move
# forward. Then just do what he says. This might involve taking a cable
# tie (or similar) and binding it between hammer and frame so it can't
# fall before it is looked at, but let the local guy diagnose further. ]
1) Treat every gun as loaded, including a jammed one.
2) Do not muzzle anything you are not willing to destroy, even a jammed one.
What is jammed about the gun? The hammer? The cylinder? ?
Call Ruger and ask them what to do. It's their gun and they have dealt
with this before, and know the proper way to handle/resolve and/or clear