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The right hand grip panel sometimes is found slightly bent inward (or flex when when the grip is being squeezed), and bind the trigger bar. Aftermarket grips, particularly Pachmayr, are notorious in this regard.

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The hammer fall in DA is marginally shorter than in SA, so there is slightly less energy available to fire the cartridge. That said, your misfires could be due to several different things. The fact that it occurs only immediately after a decock might be a clue, but that's when you'd usually fire DA anyhow. Next time at the range try lowering the hammer without using the safety lever and see if the misfires persist. If a thorough cleaning does not cure the problem, take it to a gunsmith who understands Walthers and pay him for his knowledge and skill.

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