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Buckeye is right on the money, and thats exactly what I would do.
If you were firing your own reloads you might try a different brand of primer. On occasion I've found lots that seemed to be either softer than usual or slightly smaller. These will also setback and cause difficulty with cylinder rotation
 

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It certainly does. The worst offender I own is a 25-2. I started carrying a cleaning brush to the range with me just to clean under the extractor star. You can relieve it just a bit by always holding the muzzel straight up and giving the extractor a full stroke when ejecting emptys. This seems to help unburnt powder granules fall free. No grarantees though.
 
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