Hello everyone- Today I turned the trigger adjustment screw on my CVA Plaines Rifle, and the screw continued to turn counterclockwise with zero resistance to the point where I thought it could come completely out, so I screwed it back to the position it was at. When I removed the barrel for cleaning I could hear a slight metallic rattling sound. I tipped the gun scope side down and a very small split washer fell out onto the bench. My buddy thinks it’s related to the trigger adjustment screw. This doesn’t seem to affect the trigger pull - it’s like it has been since I bought it. Obviously it’s been like this since it was assembled. I’m guessing CVA will tell me to send the gun back to them, but deer season is too near. Do you fellers think I will do damage to the gun if I just use it the way it is?