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My 687 silver pigeon II did this also. I took the stock off and sprayed with rem oil and blew the excess off with a air compressor. Not a problem since.
 

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Make sure you are opening the gun ALL the way, until it stops, not just until the ejector pops and/or you can remove the shell.

You may be opening it JUST far enough for the ejector to pop, which, if the ejector is a little worn, is SLIGHTLY before the hammer cocks all the way.
 

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Also make sure you are not bumping the selector button with your thumb. You can get the selector between triggers if you bump it in exactly the right spot.
 
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