I do not know if anyone here can help, if not I will have to find a different forum. I inherited a High Standard Sentinel MKII .357 Mag revolver. It is the same as a Dan Wesson model 14-1. It is basically a model 14-2 but with the "porkchop" barrel shroud and crane retention. It has not been used in years and I quickly found out why. In checking it out I found the trigger would not return one out every three or four trigger pulls. It stays all the way back. I went through the gun very thoroughly and discovered the prawl or hand is catching on the star. Looking at the gun with the side plate off and the hammer all the way back, the side of the star is proud of the slot where the prawl travels by about .020 to .025 of an inch (depending on which arm of the star). It is almost as if the star needs to be rotated that much further, yet the chambers in the cylinder line up perfectly with the bore. If I remove the prawl, the trigger returns like normal. Is the star out of time? does the prawl need to be shaped a little? The prawl has a little bit of grinding on it from the factory on the side of the tip, right where it is catching the star. I have never had to time a gun before so I am not sure how one would go about checking it. Any help would be appreciated. I will try to post some pics tomorrow.