The model 19-3 I plan to use for IDPA (see separate thread) is "jamming" while dryfiring.
I practice dryfire by double tapping as fast as I can pull the trigger and hold steady. This gun will jam when attempting to pull the trigger. The trigger goes back 1/4 of the way and the cylinder refuses to advance and the trigger will not go further. If I let up on the trigger and pull again, it will fire.
I've done a thorough revolver check for timing and cylinder movement and it looks great to me, however I'm no expert.
It will jam about every 12-15 trigger pulls, but I'm not sure there is any consistency that I can see. I've never had it do this while actually firing ammo, just dry fire. I probably am dryfiring faster than I actually shoot. Do you know what's wrong and how to get this fixed?