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I sent back my 992 due to a problem with the .22lr shells not being able to be extracted. I guess it had a broken ejector, which they fixed up.They also said it had a misfire problem which I was unaware of seeing when I had the gun it only misfired two rounds out of the four hundred that I fired, and I thought that was due to the ammo. Turn a time was about five weeks and that was because I had originally just sent in the .22lr cylinder. They wanted the whole gun. Well any way got it back and took it to the range and fired one hundred .22lr and one hundred .22wmr. Gun worked great with only one misfire, which I am blaming on the ammo. Well I guess the bottom line is that Taurus did a excellent job warrantying there product and do just as excellent job fixing their product. Oh and by the way I just love this gun. It replaced a S&W M&P22. MJW
 

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Sounds good. Glad that things worked out well for you.

I have had to clean out the firing pin hole from time to time with toothpicks soaked in gun solvent and using Q-tips as well. Q-tips were soaked as well and then dry ones were used. The gunk that builds up there is quite a lot and can collect rather fast.

Have to do that with my Taurus 94 and 990 quite frequently. .22lrf gun powder is very dirty.
 

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I sent back my 992 due to a problem with the .22lr shells not being able to be extracted. I guess it had a broken ejector, which they fixed up.They also said it had a misfire problem which I was unaware of seeing when I had the gun it only misfired two rounds out of the four hundred that I fired, and I thought that was due to the ammo. Turn a time was about five weeks and that was because I had originally just sent in the .22lr cylinder. They wanted the whole gun. Well any way got it back and took it to the range and fired one hundred .22lr and one hundred .22wmr. Gun worked great with only one misfire, which I am blaming on the ammo. Well I guess the bottom line is that Taurus did a excellent job warrantying there product and do just as excellent job fixing their product. Oh and by the way I just love this gun. It replaced a S&W M&P22. MJW
You fire 200 rounds at the range? Did you happen to notice if anyone followed you when you left? :unsure:
 

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Great to hear your back in action. I too have a 992, good to know that Taurus stands behind their products. Glad you mentioned about sending the whole gun, may come in handy in the future. Enjoy your revolver.
 
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