Hi all Sauer 202 owners. I just discovered a useful trick, which might come in handy. When climbing into or out of a high seat, or crossing any obstacle, I open the bolt. What I find is, the bolt tends to slide all the way back, ejecting the round, which then has to be found. The alternative is to put the round in your pocket and then after reloading, put it back in the mag.
Now I'll type this slowly.
Lift the bolt, (for which you will have to have the safety off). Before sliding the bolt back re-apply the safety with the tip of your thumb. Now you will find the bolt can only slide back part way, and but not far enough to eject the round.
When you are back on terra firma and stable again, take the safety off, slide the bolt forward and guide the captured round into the chamber. There is no need to remove and replace the round, it stays held in a safe way within the rifle.
Sorry if thats a bit long winded, or if you knew this already, but I have owned mine for a couple of years and only just discovered it.
Stay safe, kind regards,