D. Howard: I bought mine new in 1967 and still have it.
kyle shanower: Can u do a take down on this gun I have one that came in a bag and would like to know whats missing
Red Vote Blue State: This is my first handgun (not the first I shot, but I owned). It's a great gun with a bad reputation because of Rohm. Never had a problem with the timing on my revolver and I got it used.
Andr3wHi11: I also have one of these my father gave to me. He bought it just to throw in a tackle box so it has some blemishes but shoots great. It has two cylinders. One that is marked 22lr and the other that is unmarked and smooth on the outside. I have been told it's .22magnum but I cannot confirm this. Can anyone tell me for sure if this is true?
poppa0777: I need a cylinder (22LR) for my model 66. Does anyone have one? Thanks!
jack collins: I have the nickel plated model 66 lr version. It was my first gun. My sister bought it at a pawn shop and gave it to me....I was 12 years old. It has shot perfectly for the last 35 years. Recently, I noticed it is missing a piece (some kid has been sneaking it out, I suppose). Where can you get parts? I need ( i dont know what it is called) the pin that holds the rod that holds the cylinder in the frame. It slides out to remove the cylinder pin. Any help would be appreciated.
MrGijoe72: I have a model 68, 38s cowboy gun and I cant find any info for it can some body help me
Johnny Rychuss: Thats a 1000 dollar gun no believe it or not. pre 1971 its a classic. Great gun.
Silver Back: Pecker I would do $75 for it if you have regular and mag cylinders
Steven Richardsom: how much you pay
4 my 22 magnum revolver
Thomas Rudolph: Are you aware whether or not these pistols have interchangeable parts with the Hy Hunter Frontier Six shooter? They were both made by Rohm to the best of my knowledge. Thanks
Tanner Stump: I'm only 14 but I like guns and I collect and my uncle gave me one of these a couple years ago but mine is not like the other ones I've seen it's not black it like a silver coler and handle is a real wood and darker color
Shawn Bird: My dad gave me one of these. I've never shot it because it's missing what I believe is called the "cylinder pin retaining screw"...basically it's the screw that holds the cylinder pin in place. If anyone knows where I can locate one of these, please let me know. Thanks
wolfie83: I have one of these I got from a lady who bought it in 69, shot half the box of ammo that was in with the gun, then wrapped it back in the wax paper and it sat for 40 years...paid $80 and it is one sweet shooting pistol and hasnt skipped a beat, I have the 22 mag cylinder for mine as well. I've shot shorts, long, long rifle and mag through it and its dead on. Even took my CCH class with it so I didn't have to waste valuable .45 doing a basic class.
Silver Back: Sucatash if you want to get rid of any 22 Mag cylinders let me know :-)
Silver Back: Ed I have the same York Cutlery stamp and yes it was imports in York PA
Wish I could find a 22mag cylinder...
Johnny Rychuss: I have this same gun. Made a review and tear down video of it. Great pistol. I dropped mine in the mud and it still works.
1stpalindrone: Try Brownells . com. Should be compatible with the Ruger Single-Six as I have both.
Ed F: I have owned the Mod. 66 .22 lr version of this gun for 25 years. It has never misfired, jammed, or broken in any way, shape, or form. It was my first pistol handed down from my grandfather. Mine also came stamped York Cutlery, York, PA. I assume that was the importer of my particular gun. Some day I hope to pass it along to one of my nieces with specific instructions to keep it in the family.
Jon R: I have one. I like it very much. Its seen much more wear and tear than yours and still works great.