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I'm with Carl, you check the lock up with the trigger pressed and held fully to the rear. This is the point that the firing pin will strike the cap. Also this is important, add several fired cases to the cylinder while you check it. Sometimes the extractor has a bit of wobble and the cases will tighten it up (just like shooting it, for real). Inspect all 6 positions!
You still may have a slight amount of movement , which is normal.
 
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