Are you certain that you loaded the correct ammo into the gun?
Good morning, again. I am just now seeing that you had asked for a phone call. First, what is the current status of the gun?
Ok...if the loaded chamber indicator is up and you are certain that there is a live round still in the chamber, I would not suggest pushing a rod/dowel down the barrel. I think that the safest thing for you to do is to bring the gun to a gunsmith. You probably have either a broken extractor, and issue with the recoil spring assembly, or something where the casing didn't seat properly. What you don't want to run into is pushing the round into some part of the gun like the ejector, etc. that may strike the primer.Can I help you find a local gunsmith?
Sure thing. I just need your city and state please....