Saw this revolver in a gun store and due to it's slim profile and inexpensive price tag, i purchased it. $367 and change for the gun a box of .357, and a box of .38 spcl. otd. I figured it would be a decent hiking trail gun. I loaded up some 150 grn swc with unique and winchester primers (38 spcl) and opened the back door and fired a cylinder full at a target i had set up, and the ancient on the hammer firing pin almost pierced the primers! It has a coil spring typical of modern revolvers, should i shorten the coil spring a bit to solve the problem? Or is the firing pin possibly a bit too long? it's a cheap gun and i only purchased it for hiking or camping, never with the intent of relying on it for sd, and i sure don't want to put a dime in it just to make it shootable.