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Old 08-27-2009, 03:00 PM
David Sinko David Sinko is offline
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I expect that they would either refuse to work on it or re-install the lock and then charge you for it. I do not own any new S&W revolvers but if I did, I would never send it back to S&W for any kind of work. I would prefer to pay to have a competent gunsmith do it right the first time. Pinnacle Custom can fix just about any problem, including broken hammer and trigger studs. The only problem I've ever seen that he could (would?) NOT fix was a yoke stem separation, and that happens so infrequently that most shooters don't even know what it is.

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