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Old 11-15-2012, 19:00   #3
Arc Angel
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Don't take a Smith & Wesson revolver apart UNLESS you truly understand the mechanism. The problem you're having is a common one. Most of the time it's caused by simply not pushing the cylinder latch far enough forward with your thumb. Because this is a part that often has to wear-in I'd leave it alone for now. If the problem persists give Smith a call and seek their help. (If you bought the gun new, it might very well cost you nothing but time.)
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