Originally Posted by Glockworks
Taurus 650 CIA .357, about 6 years ago. I made the mistake of liking it, buying it new, carrying it as my CCW gun and later when I took it to the range it, the cylinder would not advance. I sent it off to Ruger after paying the shipping $50 as they would not pay it and later it did the same thing.
Melted it at my buddies house and poured the metal into a square mold and threw it away. Taurus revolvers suck as does their customer no service.
I knew Ruger had good customer service, but you shouldn't expect them to fix your Taurus for you. It doesn't make sense.