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If you have the knowledge and skill, this should occasionally be done - especially if the revolver has been in dirty or wet conditions, or it's been a long time and oil / grease has congealed and started to attract dirt.

If you are not familiar with the S&W K frame action, or some of the issues with side plate removal get it to a gunsmith that has experience working on these.

Are you having any issues with the revolver?
 
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I had a buddy in the 70’s who worked for DOW Corning when they tested moly. He gave me some to try. I put moly in everything I had worked on.
Moly stats,
Eliminates all wear moly gets into the pores of the metal and wears against itself, no wear.
Reduces friction
Prevents galling
Fights Corrosion
Doesn’t attract dirt

It’s not a trigger job in a can but it will smooth out any action.
 

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[Whoops. Should have checked the OP date. Oh well. Still good information haha]
This is a very thorough tutorial that explains it all...

 
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