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I have been tinkering with guns for thirty years, but this is the first one that has me stumped. I took the gun apart and put in Wolff springs. I put the gun back together to the point where one pulls the trigger to install the hammer, but the trigger won't pull and the cylinder won't rotate. I have taken it apart and put it back together a dozen...well, okay, 20 or more times and the same thing every time. The definition of insanity is continuing to do the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

Can anyone offer some help?

Thanks,

Jim
 

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Yes, I have a manual and the pawl and transfer bar are in the correct place. All the parts are in the trigger group in the correct places...it has me going crazy! I will take it to Bill Oglesby- I want some finishing work done, anyway.

Thanks for your help. I know it has to be something simple.

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ive done it before. there is one tiny little piece in the trigger assembly you can install 180degrees out. its been a couple years, so i dont remember the specific name of the part, but if i saw it, i know which one it is.
 
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