This "stacking" seems to be a built in factor with very recent Smith DA's which they never had before (one of the reasons I've always like Smiths). Any idea why it's happening?
I have just ordered a Mtn. Gun which I'm certian will have it and I dread dealing with it. My friends who have newer Smith DA sixguns don't shoot DA much, but I can't tell any difference in the "glitches" today than when each gun was new.
I truly think Smith needs to address this. I know you and your fellow gunsmiths need to and deserve to make a living and provide a valued service, but I deplore the idea of buying a new gun with the idea that it needs to be reworked to function properly.
I suppose I'm too picky, but give me the old feel of the Smith DA cycle.