title pretty much explains my problem, theres like 4 rds stuck in the pipe.(would have stopped at the first jam but I was next to a large waterfall and it kept me from realizing where my bullets were going) I would have tried to press them out with a nylon dowel but one of the bullets is jammed right where the cylinder meets the barrel and has jammed the cylinder shut so I have nowhere to press the rest, this is where it gets even more complicated, I tried to push on the bullet jamming the cylinder out of the way by drilling a narrow hole about half the diameter of the bullet stopping I hoped at the last bullet.... it was desperate and stupid lol I messed it up even worse because its still jammed and now all ive got is a bunch of bullet jackets with no lead, stuck as they were when it all started.. so idk if this can be salvaged but I thought id try. maybe a new barrel?(cylinder needs to be open to replace) its a late 1940s-maybe early50s smith and wesson model ten #470598 with the half-moon sights and tapered barrel. its not in the best of shape but all this jamming hasnt seemed to have destroyed the frame or affected the rest of the gun, I need to fix it soon though if I do, B.powder/primer residue or something is starting to cause light rust spots on the cylinder. and I cant clean it without the gun unjammed. dont shoot reloaded ammunition from dicks in Washington square mall.. it primer fires/or just fails to ignite entirely/atall.