I recently purchased a Taurus 357 Tracker and was disappointed at the quality I have noticed on this revolver. After 25 shots the cylinder locks up and I need to use a mallet to get the cylinder out. After looking carefully it looks like it is eating copper on the top of the back strap. After cleaning it out and allowing it to cool it shoots fine until I get 25 more rounds through it. At this time I get no shavings but the cylinder still locks up. It looks like they have tried to make the tolerances too tight. Has anyone had this issue with their 357 Tracker before? What can I do with out having to send it back to the manufacture to get this fixed?i live in California and the gun shops do not want to take care of the shipping so I am stuck with an additional $75 bill to get this fixed.