This morning I noticed that the follower on my 12-round mag sticks up further than the follower on my 10-round mag. I'm wondering if this is normal. I load/unload the mags several times a day (to break them in) and, on the 10-round mag, the bottom of some of the casings sometimes get snagged on the front of the mag. I think this could've contributed to the feed issues I was having during my 1st trip to the range. ...or would the feed ramp lift the round prior to this happening if the magazine were in the gun. In other words, is this something that's only happening due to the fact that the mag is not in the weapon. I cannot duplicate this with the 12-round mag. Visually the two mags do not appear to be different from eachother whatsoever (other than the difference in the level of the follower). I can't see what could be stopping it. Is this an LGS fix or a Taurus fix. Your thoughts?