There is an obstruction in the barrel....
It doesn't matter if the manufacturer is Taurus, Kimber, Colt, even Smith & Wesson.
I recently saw a video showing a Taurus revolver coming apart right after the pistol was fired. It was interesting that the video started (was dubbed) right as the revolver was fired.
The target had several holes in it reflecting that it had been shot prior to the incident, yet the video started just as the revolver was being fired. There was tremendous backblast from the rear of the cylinder indicating that the barrel was obstructed.
I was a rangemaster for a DoD Department for 6 consecutive years and witnessed just an incident as demonstrated by the video. Except the next round was not fired due to the cylinder being prevented from cycling to the next shot because the previous bullet was stuck between the barrel and the cylinder . New ammunition (Winchester) was a squib round.
Obstructions are dangerous things. We were lucky then.