I posted this on another forum and am hoping you guys can chime in on it as well. I will post all of the posts so far. Thanks
We put about 50 rounds of practice ammo through it tonight with no problems. The problem I am having is with ejecting an unfired round from the chamber. I am using Hornady critical defense rounds when it does this. I can load up an entire magazine with practice FMJ ammo and manually eject each one with no problems. When I attempt this with the Hornady the cartridge will not clear the barrel or slide as far as I can tell and will jam. This doesn't occur when shooting but is a pain if I want to load other ammo in the gun. The Hornady ammo is a hair longer than the FMJ's so I am sure that is the major cause. Also I am forcefully trying to eject the round by pulling the slide all the way back as hard as possible. Any suggestions to remedy this? I just don't see how firing more rounds to break it in will fix this certain problem.
It's a length problem on the ammo, my S&W body guard choked on it as well.
I was afraid of that. What's weird is that I see alot of people online using it with their 738. I guess it will eject when firing but not when manually racking the slide. Also I will add it is not every time but about 40% of the time. Any recommendations on shorter ammo?
Just spoke with Taurus customer service and they said they had not heard of this problem before but I didn't really expect them to say otherwise. Could it be something I am doing wrong? I appreciate dralarm's advice but I am still puzzled that through all my internet searching no one else with this gun is having this problem. Thanks