I have a Uberti manufactured Taylor's & Co. "Stallion" in 38SPL, which as I understand it is a slightly downsized Colt SAA clone. Anyway, I've had a few Ubertis over the years and have 4 now, and they have been very, very smooth actions. This one, however, feels like it has sand in it when you are cocking the hammer back. Since I've never had to worry about this before, I'm not sure what parts I should focus on in order to smooth out the cocking action. I'm not trying to lighten up the trigger or anything at this point, just make the cocking action glide like my other revolvers. Anyone have any links to good guides for this or any do's/don'ts? I searched the forum but most of the related threads seem to focus on the trigger (making it more crisp & lighter), which is not my initial concern. Also those posts often recommend replacement springs but since this model is downsized I'm not sure all the recommended Colt SAA kits are applicable. Thanks!