It's probably one of the most accurate handguns I've ever shot. A clean, crisp trigger is a big part of what I like so much about it (completely unlike the sloppy, uneven, gritty feel of a brand new Ruger - more on that resounding disappointment some other time). Anyway, back to the Woodsman. It jams on the feed ramp 10% with High Velocity ammo and probably 20% with Standard. Sometimes actually bending the next round. Ramp needs polishing? Maybe tired out spring tension? Who knows? At 60 years old, it could be any number of things, and I don't want to guess. So who's the ultimate Woodsman smith I should take it to in/near Portland to help make it feed everything? Thanks in advance for leads!