Was at the range with my daughter working on her skills using the Taurus Model 85 I bought for her last July. After firing 25 rounds of White Box FMJ, I reloaded with 5 more WB FMJ. I closed the cylinder, took aim, went to pull the trigger and it felt like the trigger was welded in place. I opened the cylinder then closed it, tried to fire and had no problem. Can damages to the ejector star cause this to happen? I know my daughter (22 yrs old) had taken a friend to the range with her in the past. I have to wonder if they may have damaged the firearm. Another thought, could it have been I did not have the bullets in the cylinder properly as weird as that may sound. Am looking to use this firearm to barter for getting my truck repainted but do not want to give the guy a faulty firearm. Thank you in advance for any feed-back.