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If you mean the very tip of the ejector, both of my LCRs have done that. The very edge is worn shiny. The rod that does the actual unlatching is titanium. Very wear resistant.

FWIW, the 357 ejector latch has two springs, one inside the other. This makes it stronger to resist unlatching from recoil. The 38 and 22 models have only one spring. One of the two 357 springs is the same as used in the other models, with a second spring added.

One possible negative about LCRs is that you have to unscrew the barrel to do any work on the latch. With S&Ws, you just punch out a roll pin that holds the latch together.
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