Try making the cylinder move back and forth, from contact with the barrel to contact with the recoil shield.
If the cylinder moves back and forth, the gun is not working correctly. The movement should be so small that you can't easily feel or see it.
If the cylinder moves in this way, fired cartridges will press rearward against the recoil shield and slow, or even jam-up, cylinder rotation.
A gunsmith can repair this.
But if the gun is new, Taurus should do the repair at no cost to you.