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Old 11-15-2012, 19:16   #7
rdstrain49
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Location: Black Hills - South Dakota
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Originally Posted by hogship View Post
I had the same thing happen on one of my Smiths......

Ejector rod backed out just slightly. It's left hand thread, so tighten it counter clockwise.

Problem solved.

ooc

NOOOOO, the newer ones are right hand thread. DO NOT use any kind of thread locker. Use an extractor rod wrench ONLY to tighten or loosen an extractor rod on any revolver.

Check the face of the cylinder for a build up of lead. If the cylinder has been slapped shut such as seen on TV, damage to the frame is likely and can not be repaired.

Not advisable to take a S&W revolver apart beyond removing the crane and cylinder. These are not Glocks with drop in parts. Every part with the exception of the hammer block is hand fit.
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