Sore leg. Can't walk or sit or lay down or get back up.....so....stuck in the house and figgered I'd see what I could do during short sessions sitting at the bench with a cosmetically worn but mechanically fine three screw. I like the Sheriff style for carry but with ejection system rather than a bare barrel. Thought I'd give a whirl to modifying the Ruger factory parts for functional ejection with a 3.5" barrel rather than spend and wait for Cimarron parts to come in. Sort of an I got it here and am board just chewin antiinflamatories and prednisone and watchin videos kinda deal..... For starters...... Shorten and crown the barrel with a recontour of the sharp edge at the muzzle left after the cut and squaring. This action got me a 3.5"ish barrel, just enough for ejector function and got rid of some rather heavy pitting on the exterior of the muzzle. Lopped off one bump on the cylinder pin to get a longer ejector stroke. Again, it gives just enough to lift the cases out so they can be dropped or plucked clear of the chambers. Also recut the grooves in the cylinder rod so the edges are sharp for a better grab when withdrawing the pin. A factory length ejector rod housing next to the newly shortened original. All hand work with file and saw. Scribing and cutting in guide lines to make it too long to begin with and hand filing the shoulders to the final fit. The newly shortened alloy EHR is slightly shorter than the barrel with is slightly longer than 3.5" The factory spring and the ejector rod is shortened a commensurate amount to fit the new housing length. Just have to drill and tap for the retention screw and we'll have all the original but now somewhat shorter parts back in place and functional. Nice thing is....2 hours work, no cost, no waiting for parts and its all back on there an the proper length for a belly gun. Oh yeah, this one is a Clickety Clack....no conversion guts. A true 5 shot 6 Shooter that spells Colt when you draw the hammer back thru its 4 distinct clicks.