I have the 24/7 OSS in .40. It is almost one year old. I really liked it despite the lack of accessories early on. Fits my hand well and shoots well. That's where the love story ends. It went back to Taurus in Feb because the barrel and slide were making contact at the front edge of the ejection port. It was so bad that the gun would not return to battery. After a sever week vacation in Florida it finally came home. Taurus replaced the slide assembly, barrel and recoil spring. Essentially, the entire top half of the gun is new. With the exception of scratches/machining marks on the polished breech end of the barrel everything looked good. My first 30 rounds were pretty good. I was only shooting at 10 yards because I knew the sights would need adjusted. I was grouping very well just a hair low and to the left. Overall, I am happy. Just need to adjust the sights a bit. I reload both mags and start on my next 30 rounds. I am all over the paper in the first 15. I figure it's just me so I keep plugging along thru the next mag. After I finished, I disassembled the gun to inspect the parts that were replaced. To my disbelief, the exact same thing was happening again. The slide and barrel were smacking into each other at the front of the polished breech section of the barrel and the front edge of the ejection port on the slide. i will attach pics once I figure out how.
As of yesterday, it is on it's way back to Florida for yet another vacation. This stinks!
I also have a model 66 6" .357 that has been back for repair but I won't get into that in this forum.
I am learning the hard way why Taurus are so inexpensive and why they have a lifetime warranty.