On the newer Taurus revolvers such as the tracker is there any way to unscrew the ejection rod to completley take a part the cylinder assembly? A local gun smith told me you canot and its crimped on. I called the factory and they would not tell me how to take it apart and said they prefer that I would not do that. I would like to ocassionaly take it apart for deep cleaning. On a Smith revolver you can unscrew it easily.