Hi, I'm new to the forum, so Hello from Victoria BC! Maybe you guys can help me. I just pick up my SS .357 and it looks perfect (156 series 1981+/-). I just had a chance to spend some time with it and being new to wheel guns I didn't pick up on the timing issue with this piece. On a fairly quick trigger pull in DA it seems OK. cycles a round with a bit of time to spare. However, on a slow even pull I can see a late start on cylinder rotation with terminus and hammer drop at the same time. It's like it wants a bit speed on the cylinder to "flip" into battery. I've been even been able, on a reasonably slow pull, to stall rotation a few degrees and have the trigger fire before the round is in line with the barrel. I can also do this with a slow cock of the trigger into SA. Doesn't sound too safe does it. Any ideas or suggestions would be great. Thanks in advance.