I've a friend that owns a rossi 92 carbine that seems to hang up with the buffalo bore 325 grainers. since the ammo can't be returned, I was thinking a gunsmith could remedy this. On a google search, one guy on another forum claimed he had a gunsmith remedy his 45 long colt for this particular ammo. Another thing I thought of, was just pushing the factory bullets slightly deeper into the case with a bullet seating die, and then re-crimping them. there seems to be some empty space, as I can hear powder moving around when the factory cartridges are shaken. what to do? The owner has a pile of the buffalo bore for a ruger revolver, there must be some way to get it to work.
It only hangs up on the first round, every round thereafter, the spring seems to have more momentum. on the first round, a little fiddling with the lever will get the longish round to actually clear, and the loading ramp to bring the cartridge up to be chambered.