I have a new GP100 stainless, 3" that recently went back to Ruger for a re-polish to remove some scratches. When the gun came back, there was a new scratch in the groove on the bottom of the crane pivot assembly. What is happening is that when you open the cylinder, the bottom of the pivot assembly is hitting the frame and scratching the pivot assembly groove. This scratch was not there when I sent it to the factory. Do any of you GP100 owners notice whether your crane pivot assembly is hitting your frame when opening the cylinder and scratching the metal? I posted this on another forum and one person said it was normal but no one else related any instances of this occuring. I have looked at a lot of online pictures of GP100s and I am not seeing that scratch pattern. At any rate, the gun was shipped back to Ruger last night to investigate this issue. Just trying to see if this is a normal scratch pattern for a GP100. Picture attached, ignore the scratch under the cylinder, its the one on the pivot assembly that I am referring to.