Ok I bought a pt 1911 back in nov, I loved the duo tone but they didn't make it in 9mm. So I thought I would take a stainless and make it into one. So had the gun transfered to my ffl/gunsmith. He does cericoteing and I final get the gun in jan5th. Got the gun on Friday,shot on saturday and was happy to go shoot my brand new gun. Loaded up and the very 1st shot failure to eject round. Had to pull mag and couldn't get mag out because of she'll still in barrel. So about every 4 rounds it repeated same failure. It would also failure to fire.would have to clear chamber and feed next round. Took gun back to gun smith and told him what was going on. New gun should fire. So all my looking on Internet says extractor problem. He tells me today that the reason it won't eject is because of worn locking lugs and said that he has seen guns with 5000 in better shape and it was a manufacturering defect. So has anyone had this problem or know what the problem could be. So I thought I was buying a good gun but I haven't even got to shoot this gun except for the 50 rounds I ran though it with all the failure to eject and failure to fire problems. Gunsmith is going to send back to Taurus. I called taurus and they said the ceracote could void warranty. So I know that the inside of the slide and barrel lugs are not ceracoted so how does that void warranty on a brand new gun that a gunsmith says is a manufacturer problem. Gun less for months should have been my user name.