I have a new Uberti 1858. It's easy to remove the cylinder but real tricky getting it back into the frame. The hammer is at the half cock position, with the bolt completely down in it's slot and I'm inserting the cylinder on the right side of the frame. The problem appears to be the hand protrudes a fairly good distance out from it's slot and prevents the cylinder from easily being inserted back into the frame. I've tried the trick of inserting the cylinder and slightly rotating it clockwise but the hand is very hard to depress in it's slot. Could this be because the hand spring is overly tension-ed because it's a new part? Also, the hand has a very sharp point. Could this sharp point on the hand be contributing to the problem? I'm not about to tinker around with the hand unless someone in the forum has any experience in possibly modifying the hand to alleviate this problem. Any suggested mods or techniques that I haven't tried to insert the cylinder from forum members would be appreciated.