I shot my new M327 for the first time. 100 rounds of Fiocchi 100 grain LWC .32 S&W long and 50 rounds of Federal 85 grain JSP 327 Magnum. I noticed on the cylinder face three of the cylinder throats have a tiny chip of steel missing. Very subtle. If you look inside those cylinders you can see a tiny gouge leading up to the chip at the throat. I cannot tell if this was due to the ammo or manufacturing, but I did not see it before. I am sending it in to Taurus. Another notable mention was that the Taurus rep stated you could only shoot 327 mag through this gun not .32 S&W short, long or H&R Magnum?