Hey Smith and Wesson guys???

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It's not unusual for the pin on the back of the ejector locking lug to stick out some. That's longer than you usually see on a J frame, but if it works then I wouldn't worry about it.

The numbers in your second picture are assembly numbers - not the serial number. Assembly numbers like this appear on the yoke , underside of the sideplate, and sometimes a few other locations. They are used to keep the pieces together during the assembly process. The actual serial number is on the bottom of the grip. On most modern S&W revolvers it also appears above the model number in the frame's yoke cutout.


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I just noticed that it's a K frame 64-2, not a J frame 642. Sorry about that. I still wouldn't worry about it. I have several k frames with the pin protruding in that manner.
This is correct. PLEASE DON'T use loctite on the extractor rod....
 

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Please keep the vise grips and cabinet screw drivers away from this piece of machinery. It's long term value will appreciate that. Do some reading on Smith & Wesson Forum before you start wrenching on it. Brownells sells a special S&W revolver screwdriver set; get one. Also get the tool they sell to remove the ejector rod; read its instructions. Do NOT apply LokTite to your new revolver's ejector rod threads. When properly torqued with the nifty rod tool its unnecessary.
 

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