Today I was doing some plinking with the .22, it's a 9 shot H&R wheel gun and I was using cheapo Remington bullets. I had a couple of misfires. One I was able to turn the cylinder back to that round it fired on the second try. With the second one I had to open the gun turn the bullet so the firing pin would hit it in a new spot and then it fired. Here's my question, is this safe? The first example seams safe since I never had to open the gun. In the second example, is there a better way to handle a misfired round?