So I got my Uberti 1860 in. No major defects, or major complaints. I did notice some differences between it, and my 1966, repro, no-name 1860. Notably the plethora of sharp edges. And the “hang up” in the trigger mechanism, that is only present when the gun is broken down, with the cylinder removed... Which brings me to my question. How do you break in your new revolvers? Do you break them down, and smooth everything up? Or do you shoot em’ in? I did a full disassembly, and regreased/oiled it. But I haven’t fired it yet. This pistol no doubt could benefit from some smoothing out of the rough edges. But how do you do it?