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Old 11-18-2012, 11:33   #26
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Soooo, to the OP. Did you sort it out?
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:45   #27
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Blue LT is fine, just a 1/4 drop or less is needed for any single thread on a S&W revolver. A heat gun will loosen it's grip if you use too much.

A DIY trigger job is easy, rewarding and saves you alot of money. Stay away from files or stones unless you know what your doing. Cleaning, polishing and very light oil in addition to lighter rebound spring and lighter hammer leaf and/or knocking down and angling the hammer leaf tension screw. Polish outside of rebound spring and hammer leaf spring also.

Brownells sells an inexpensive rebound spring tool, buy it. Thing is worth it's weight in gold. www.gunsprings.com has the springs and leafs. I like the variety pack of rebound springs. I think 11# is the lightest they sell. For a SD revolver, 13-14# is nice, any lighter and trigger does'nt reset fast enough in DA. 11# is nice for SA hunting, target work. I also prefer stock hammer spring with filed tension screw opposed to the "tinny" sound the Wolff makes. They're also smoother IMO.
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Old 11-27-2012, 18:15   #28
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Just got a response from S&W today. I didn't wanna mess with until they told me what to do. As expected, the ejector rod was loose. Simple fix. It is left hand thread btw.
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Old 11-27-2012, 18:46   #29
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its junk..throw it away..i'll send u 7 bucks to ship gun to me...
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Old 11-27-2012, 20:28   #30
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It's on the way, i want my 7 dollars!!!
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:30   #31
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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.

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I've had this happen many times over the years. It's easily fixed and easily overlooked to.
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:49   #32
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I bought a 65-3 used and it acted the same way.
My gunsmith adjusted it back to factory specs and it's perfect now.

Personally I'd take it to a gunsmith.
It's like a $25 adjustment.
And if it'd s carry gun it's nice to have it perfect.
Might consider having a trigger job while it's being adjusted.
Smith triggers are good out of box.
But with a trigger job they are the sweetest thing.
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