Ok this will be a relitivly long artical but offer good insight.when i get some batteries strong enough to run my camera i will post pics. Iv read lately and herd a lot of talk about revolvers jamming in the cylinder, I E the cyliders are locking up (a lot with taurus revolvers) now iv always wondered what makes such a simple device lock up after fireing a round and the clyinder stop working. i recently bought a taurus judge public defender and i have put a box of every kind of ammo i could buy for it though it and with almost all ammo my judge cylinder locks up and stops working after one or 2 shots. i stripped my judge down to scrap and begain part by part working it from the frame up and found no faults with it, slapped another 5 rounds in it and fired one, and jam agin. i was baffled by this as the ammo seemed fine and was to spec for the gun(.410) it was only the other night i had a apiffiney if thats how you spell it. upon closer looking at the ammo i seen that the primer when struck and the round fired would pop out the back of the brass head a few milimeters wedgeing the round between the cylinder and the backwall thus jamming it up from being fired again and the only way to free it is by smacking relly hard to force the clyinder open and pull that round out. now you want to be carefull as sometimes when the primer pops out the back it cups the firing pin so if you smack it open you could bend your pin. 90% of all the .410 ammo i shot had this same problem of the primer buldgeing out the back and wedging the clyider. the only ammo that didnt suffer from this as much was the federal premium 410 for the judge. i just wanted to put this out there for you who shoot and your cylinder locks up and you spend you money takeing to a gun smith who as soon as you leave smacks it open and charges you 30 bucks for his labor. it all comes down to the gap on the back of the cylinder between it and the back wall with the firing pin is made for a tight fit and the extra buldge of the primer cant fit.