Hello, first real post here, been lurking for quite some time though. I have a question for any gunsmith type person out there. I have a Anaconda that i bought about 4 years ago and it started to misfire about a year back. At the time I was using Winchester primers in my reloads and thought it was a bad lot of primers. Well i got to looking and if I pull the hammer back and let it down on a empty chamber and look at the firing pin with the trigger held back, the firing pin is barely poking out of the frame. I mean, its much less protrusion than any of my other sixguns. I dont think the pin is hitting the primer hard enough to reliably set it off. Anyone know why this has happened? Would it be a simple enough fix for a local gunsmith or should I send it back to Colt? Thanks.