Hey guys just looking for a little direction here. I have a full size Dan Wesson .357. Its my grandfathers and Im trying to see if i can get it functioning better. For all I know this gun hasnt ben fired for quite some time. What Ive been able to determine is that the cylinder feeding arm is not rotating the cylinder when the hammer is pulled back. This isnt a constant problem but it causes the revolver to be unrelieable and not generally fun to shoot. The cylinder locking mechanism seems to be rubbing the blueing off the cylinder as well. Possibly this is a worn spring issue, but unfortunately I am not certain. I have oiled, cleaned, oiled, cleaned, taken apart.....etc. This gun looks immaculate, but it keeps me thinking it is an internal issue. Any information or wisdom is appreciated.