Problem with my Taurus 850 Series .38
I couldn't find a specific forum that dealt with this. I took my Taurus 850 .38 Special to the range Saturday. After about 25-30 rounds, once the cylinder heated up, the trigger pull became very difficult. It seemed as if the expansion from the heat was making the rear of the cylinder drag against the frame. Have any of you had a similar issue with a Taurus revolver or, even better yet, this particular model? I'm so disappointed in it that I am seriously considering it dead weight right now and want to get rid of it, However, if there is a fix, I'd like to make it work. I don't want or need a firearm that I can't trust. The ammo I was firing was American Eagle .38 Special 130 grain FMJ. Any help?
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