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Make sure your ejector rod is tight, righty tighty, they will sometimes work loose and a little bit of blue lock-tight is your friend.

Check the gap between the face of the cylinder and the forcing cone. You should be able to see daylight through the gap.

Make sure the cylinder stop on the bottom of the inside frame is not stuck in the up position.

Also, I once bought some reloads that were blowing unburnt powder into everything, threw them away.
 
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Welcome to the forum from Northern Oklahoma!

You might want to post your question in the
 
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Welcome from West Texas!
 

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Bought a Poly Protector (Polymer Mod 85) and some fired cases would not allow the cylinder to rotate ( hadn't even fired the revover,just stuck some resized cases in to check), others would. The headspacing was way to tight, sent the gun back to Taurus, it was returned to me within two weeks - fixed.
 

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Welcome to taurusarmed.net from an Old Soldier in Olympia, WA; in the Great Pacific Northwest - "Taurus® Spoken Here!" Hooaaahhhh!!!!!
 
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