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Brian:
You definitely have an unsafe condition there.  You absolutely should not be able to push the cocked hammer forward with anything short of a large sledge.  The first step at this point would be to take weapon back to gunsmith who did the work and demand that he fix it.  He may proclaim that the problem is "kitchen table gunsmithing" by the owner, which is a problem in some cases.  However, it never should have left his shop in that condition.  If he dodges responsibility for the problem, you should remove the word "reputable" from your description of him and start searching for a replacement hammer.
Good shooting
Mark
 
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