Thanks for the insight guys, but I'd like to point out one small variable that keeps getting touched on. I'm no "Matt Dillon" or what not with a revolver, but I have been carrying and using one for some time now. Every time I had this happen, I made sure there was a good and complete lockup of the cylinder and the star that rotates the cylinder before I ever pulled the trigger. In fact, not once could I mimic the action without a complete and positive closure. I was actually wondering if it has something to do with the timing of the revolver because it will not do it every time but I could get it to do it maybe every tenth or eleventh time I would open and close the cylinder. What's crazy is, I have a minimum of 250 rounds and not a single misfire or dead trigger pull, so whatever the problem is, it doesn't seem to hinder the operation to the point of a failure, but it sure makes me wonder if it's a known issue, or if it's something that happens by design. I sent S&W a detailed email , but haven't heard anything back yet.
Again, my biggest concern with this thing is this. It has always fired from day one. After 250 rounds DR with it I'm fairly sure it had to have happened a couple of times at the range too, but I just didn't notice it. After I noticed it happening, every time I would pull the trigger again and again and the cylinder would advance to the next chamber. When it happens, so far it only happens once and then it advances to the next chamber on the next trigger pull. If the pistol is loaded, it would be sitting on a a live round, so the static cylinder is a none issue except if it somehow does not strike the firing pin along with failing to rotate the cylinder; which is what really bothers me. The whole trigger assembly is so much different than any of my other J frames that I can't get a clear picture of how the hammer strike is produced in the sequence of the trigger pull. I've been all in the internal workings of my J frames when I removed the internal locks, but this thing is totally different. I've searched the web for information, but have come up short on any specifications for trigger assembly on the BG trigger.
Anyway, if anyone has any thoughts feel free to pass um on, it's much appreciated.