There are but 2 reasons that customers complain about Taurus and Taurus services and products.
1. Make a concerted effort to improve the QC and reliability of each and every gun you manufacture. Your TX-22 is a perfect example, of what your capable of,and become the average product coming out of the factory.
2. Dramatically improve your customer service, train your c/s staff to be more receptive to customer complaints, shorten the times that returned guns are in for repair and observation, 2 weeks max. Throw in a free item with each return, ie, a loader, a mag, something. Emulate the service departments of Ruger, S&W, and Sig. Hopelessly defective products , like the PT=111, should be taken out of circulation and exchanged for a new improved firearm.
Suddenly, you'll have a better rep, and service to back it up.
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Taurus is having QC and customer service problems?
I've never heard that being mentioned in here before.
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The CS part is getting better according to recent report. The repair part...that remains to be seen...on the return/replacement of my R 462-2.
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No complaint here. Lost the spring in one my my TX 22 magazines and asked to buy another and they sent me a new magazine, no charge. And WHAT's wrong with the PT111? All three of mine run just fine.
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I would imagine that the majority of their guns run fine, just like yours do, but too many of their guns do not run fine. I had a new G2C and after 1000 rounds, it still would have 20% FTF, FTE and stovepipes. Guns that bad should never leave the factory.
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My PT111 runs like a top. I recently bought a G2 from a member here on the site that also runs fine. But I did have a TCP that was a real POS and traded it on an LCPII. So again, spotty quality.
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Which would, of corse, drive the costs of their products up, resulting in......complaints.