Is it so damn hard to convince/explain to someone that the best (and only) course of action to get their gun fixed is to shell out $35 to a gunsmith? And why the hell would someone not learn how to field-strip and clean their own ****ing rifle? My dads Judge has been in a bag for three ****ing weeks now because he just won't listen to me when I say that its not under warranty (he never activated it, plus me removing the cylinder/crane to clean it out would've voided it anyway), and the two parts that fell out need to be replaced anyway (he thinks I can buy the spring that broke and do it myself, when I can't even tell if the one tiny little part is what I think it is). And on top of that, I found out that my one friend has neglected her .22 so much that the exposed side of the bolt is covered in rust, as is the barrel where the model/caliber/etc etc is stamped in. Spent two ******n hours scrubbing thnd I'm still not done. And on top of that, I managed to kink the recoil spring in two different places bad enough that its got two 90 degree bends.