Did you bother to send it back to Taurus to see what the problem was? You say you only had it for a month which leads me to believe you didn't give them a chance to fix it. I know it took mine 6 weeks to and from.beagler said:I had numerous with my PT 145. I ened up taking it back to my dealer and trading it in for a smith/wesson M&P 40. My dealer gave me my money back since it was only a month old, and I have washed my hands of Taurus.
I had the same issue with my PT145 after several hundred rounds through, but Taurus repaired it and sent it back with more new parts. I bought mine used. I also had a minor issue with the small firing pin block spring in my new PT-1911. The problem was minor, but getting the replacement parts from Taurus was a 3-4 week ordeal. I love the Taurus pistols I have, but the CS was lacking.propellerhead said:I had a firing pin return spring break. Taurus fixed it.