No, go into detail please.
Did you try tightening the strain screw?
The Yankee Marshall has a video or two that says that Goldenwebb and Hickock45 aren't doing it right. I personally think the Yankee Marshall is full of it and he also doesn't have the new Python.
When I first saw that Colt was producing the new Python, I was almost ready to jump on the band wagon as well till I saw some reviews about it.
I bought the S&W 325 a year ago and had nothing but trouble with it. It went back to the factory three times for light primer strikes and more miss fires than Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi have wrinkles.
It's a $1300 POS. Given my experience with the S&W 325, I'm not going to spend a lot of money on the new Python that is still having problems.
I tried everything. I sent a video of the multiple miss-fires to them after I got the revolver back from them the 2nd time.I was talking about the 325.
Neither, it's a 10rd. proprietary Howa magazine. I think they might have been better off using the AR mags, but it isn't a deal breaker for me personally, I'll probably buy 2-3 extras and call it good, since it isn't a rifle that I would use to defend my life.Does the mini action run with AI of AR mags?
I did all that. Nothing worked.Check the strain screw on the 325 and ensure it is screwed all the way in. It result in a heavier trigger pull. However, see if it gives you reliable ignition.
If it does, then there you go. You can then back it out a quarter turn at a time. That’ll lighten the pull. Once you start getting unreliable ignition you know you end to far. Turn it back in a quarter turn and blue loctite it.
A to far out strain screw has caused many a headache to S&W owners. When I do a S&W trigger job, I don’t fool with the strain screw to much unless I have to.
Just something to try out.