that very well could be, James. The trigger was still frozen at the rear of the trigger guard when I got in the car to get it back to the gunsmith. by the time I got to him, the trigger had already sprang back by itself. It's probably Id say , about 20 years old at least...I'm going to send it back to Smith and wesson through my FFL shop.the issue is that the hammer fires, but the cylinder does not rotate a few times, but then it does..who knows?..Smith and wesson probably will know.
Last edited by Zathras; December 2, 2012 at 01:35 PM.