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What have you been shooting ???? My advice is strip it & examine closely for other damage & take good close up pics from all angles & contact the maker....this is a serious problem not to be entrusted to your average local gunsmith............jimbanjo
Hi! Kevin.....bit hard to know !....assuming ammo is correct dimensionally & of good power., & extractor & ejector are in order & chamber is good & slide is free & full sliding......then my first guess would be sticky firing pin not retracting properly thus stymying ejector action.......any stickier & you might get full auto ?......are you puncturing primers ?.. if gas back escape is part of the picture , bullet may not leave barrel . I suggest you do full strip , incl firing pin , clean & remove any burrs ..... worthwhile to run some dummies by hand & see how they behave..........jimbanjo
This is a dialog I had with a dealer: Ann: How can I help?
you: I was wondering where would one go for watch parts for the sw tritium watches? Ann: Smith & Wesson watches, Correct you: yes Ann: Here is the contact information for them Ann: SMITH & WESSON Ann: CAMPCO Ann: 4625 W. JEFFERSON Blvd. Ann: LOS ANGELES, CA 90016 Ann: www.smith-wesson.com Ann: 888.922.6726 you: thank you