After reading all the defects you guys have wrote,it sounds awful.
Then again a lot of the faults sound like human error.Not all of course.
I have 3 Taurus weapons.A .44 Mag Tracker,a Judge,and the Millinium Pro.
I have nothing but good things to say about them.The .44 Mag can lock
up if the bullets are too long.If the bullets are extending out the end of the cylinder?They're too long.Re-loaders have to watch this.Some factory ammo is also too long for the .44 Mag.I never dry fire
my weapons.This may or may not be a quality issue.I just don't do it.
The cylinders on these revolvers have to be brass brushed and cleaned
when new out of the box.They come with a little gunk coating in them.
If not the bullets won't go all the way in causing cylinder jams.The casings will also be hard to eject,due to no room for expansion.Brass or nylon brushes have to be a part of your
gun cleaning vocabulary if you own these particular weapons.Proper care,and a little common sense.Of course they are man made,so anything can break,but I think they have a long life if taken care of.My opinion.