Hey all, I have an H&R Model 829 revolver in 22LR. It is blued with a 3 inch barrel and a 9 shot. I know it's a cheapie, not very much quality, but it was one of my DADS favorite plinking pistols. The part on the revolver that holds the cylinder and allows it to swing out, is that called the YOKE?? On my S&W M65 when the cylinder is out and I press on the ejector rod at some point it won't push any more and stops. The cylinder is also not going to come off of the end of the ejector rod. On my H&R when the cylinder is out, if I removed the grips, I could push the cylinder right off of the ejector rod and have it in my hand. VERY STRANGE. With the cylinder out I can grasp the cylinder and pull it towards my body and the entire thing will slide right off of the YOKE and I'll be holding the cylinder with the ejector rod sticking out of the top (where it should be) in my hand. I can reverse the motion and put it back and then push it back into the revolver and it will function as though there isn't a problem in the world with it. Can someone tell me how I can fix this? This cannot be normal operation. I have looked closely at it and there doesn't appear to be any broken parts or anything so I have no idea what's going on and how to fix it. I would LOVE it if someone could help me get this thing back to right where I wouldn't have to worry about the cylinder sliding off when I am ejecting spents. Thanks for your help and time. Nalajr Wanna kill these ads? We can help!