Believe the first issue is it is a Taurus. The name and cylinder bind are almost synonymous. Their revolvers are plagued with this malfunction. Recommend that you send it back to the factory for resolution. There are few things worse than getting a new gun and it not working right, sorry to hear that. Good luck......Anyone got any ideas as to what might be causing this?Help would be appreciated.
Well, today's 7/9 and I still haven't gotten my .327 back from Taurus...According to my gun store, (and they are a good one!), the gun went before Taurus' review board (3 wks ago) and they are going to give me a new gun...this has been a long and tedious project, just to get a personal protection weapon that one can count on...According to the local gun store, this is to be in this week..but tomorrow's Friday w/no gun yet. First stop this as soon as it comes back will be at the range. Hopefully, they will have gotten ALL the bugs out of this gun. If not, they can keep it and I'll got to a .45.FlyFisherman, I'd ask for a replacement.
Sounds like you're dealing with a super GS,
ask them to go to bat for you and get a replacement from the mfg.
Golly, I have two Taurus revolvers and neither of them have had any sort of problem. Model 85 ultralight as wife's carry gun, and model 617 .357 mag. is my "in a mood to carry a wheelgun" gun.Believe the first issue is it is a Taurus. The name and cylinder bind are almost synonymous. Their revolvers are plagued with this malfunction.