Check to make sure the gun is empty...
Then dry fire both bbls.
Now holding it shut,,open the lever all the way.
Then let the weight of the bbls drop down slowly till you feel the cocking arm/lever just start to engage the hammers.
You don't want to re-cock the gun,,just looking for the engagement point of the parts.
You may have quite a gap at the top of the breech at that point and the muzzles down more than a couple of degrees from horizontal.
What it tells you is that the hammers would be full down onto the firing pins and against the primers. Dragging all that distance the bbls had to open before the system started to retract the hammers taking the pressure off the pins.
As Dan says, don't try to bend things or hammer them back into position.