Can someone recommend a S&W Gunsmith in Wash state?
I recently purchased a brand new M1917/22 revolver in .45 ACP that has a couple of problems with it. The trigger sometimes does not rebound fully, causing the hammer to be unable to be cocked again, and the cylinder lock doesn't rise to lock the cylinder. The timing is off with the cylinder lock too when it does function correctly. The cylinder has a nice ring around it. Now you all may say, why don't I just return it to S&W for warranty work? Well I am very disappointed is the quality of this product from the new S&W. I have never had a problem with any Smith and Wesson product, either new or 80 years old. But I have never had one of these new revolvers with the firing pin mounted in the frame. I'm willing to pay somebody who can fix this revolver correctly. Any advice on this is welcome. Thanks