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Old January 14, 2019, 02:28 AM   #43
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Bill DeShivs is quite correct regarding sideplates, I have been through the S&W revolver school on two occasions and each time we started with a frame that had the side plate marked with an assembly number for that weapon only and pre fitted before we began building. We were advised the sideplate was machined to give a flawless fit, we were also informed of the proper way to remove and install same...a crowbar was not part of the tool kit!
If tightening the screws did not correct perceived problems I would submit the pistol to S&W for repairs where you will get quality work for your buck.

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