I recently posted about a S&W 15-2 that I had found. I used the sticky about checking a used revolver, and bought it. Now that I got it home, there is one cylinder, or at least the notch at the back that the "tit" above the trigger locks into, that has a sliver of metal shaved off the low side. I can turn the cylinder to another chamber when the gun is not ready to fire. I can't turn the cylinder with the hammer back, or with the trigger pulled and the hammer down. I think this gun may of been dropped, and the cylinder knocked open, and thus it shave a little bit of metal out of one of the notches. Question is is this gun safe? Can it be fixed? I really don't see how it can unless it has an new cylinder installed, or a skilled gunsmith could kind of weld and recut the notch. Should I take this gun back and show the dealer the problem, or am I more than likely screwed? Damn shame as I have wanted one of these for a while, and it has target hammer, trigger, and a smooth action.