:'( My gun broke and I want to fix it rather than sell it. Selling a disfunctional gun brings up ethical questions, anyway. Another shooter, like me, would end up with same problem same gun. When at the range and fully loaded it will allow me to pull the trigger back slightly,then jam, not allowing the cylinder to continue it's rotation to the next round. I started to experience this after about 15 rounds. This happens in DA and SA firing. The smith at the range, whom I have high regard for, looked at it and offered up the possibility that the rod that pushes out the spent rounds might not be re-seating after re-loading due to excessive oil, thus leaving the rounds sticking out a fraction. But I was careful when re-loading and observed that apparatus each time and I did not see this happening (I have been known to b wrong occasionally). I use Winchester regular 38's, not re-loads. I cannot similate this disfunction upon dry firing. Anybody?