I noticed on my Smith 624, and I noticed that the front of the cylinder very very lightly contacts the forcing cone. Not enough to scratch anything either on the cylinder or the forcing cone, but it is still there. As you slowly close the cylinder you can see it being moved forward along the cylinder pin forward as it closes. The cylinder to forcing cone gap is very very tight. There appears to be no binding when the action is worked (actually action is very smooth). I shot the gun today with Speer Gold Dots and it is super accurate with factory ammo. Is this something I should worry about, and if so, what do I do to correct it? The gun itself was very clean, nothing under the extractor star, nothing on the front of the cylinder, and the recoil shield and that area was also very clean.