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Old February 7, 2019, 07:23 AM   #3
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+1 what Bill said. Sometimes there's not a lot of clearance between the side plate and the hammer or trigger. Sometimes you can see wear on the sides of the hammer or trigger to see where it's dragging. But, with one that's brand new, I'd let S&W have a look at it again. It's not a huge deal to remove the side plate and do some careful stoning, but since you asked- I kind of feel that maybe having the experience to go in there with the right stones isn't a thing you regularly do.
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