I do realise its a Taurus but I have seen many pistols of any brand jamming or so on the range in the 25 years I have been going to shooting ranges. This weekend I shot with my EDC again, it was not being shot for perhaps 3 months. The third shot nose-dived. at least the first shot, the one carried in the chamber went off. So at least I have a reliable single shotter My father has a very old revolver that costed him secondhand less than 10% of what I paid for my brand new pistol. But is does not matter if his revolver was in the safe for years, all shots will go off. I think I must trade my pistol for a revolver to EDC. Despite the huge drop in capacity and firing power. But I do need something I can trust 110% I shot about 60 rounds, and had 2 nose-dives. Strangely I never had that before. seems this Taurus must be cleaned at least once in two weeks to not get problems with feeding rounds To get a glock can only help, but Glocks also give nose-dives or other feeding problems time to time. I have never seen a revolver give a feeding problem in my life. Is it stupid to change the high capacily pistol for a low capacity revolver, taking the issues I have into account? I will still shoot with it at the range, but I honestly believe that your EDC should be 100% reliable, not 99%.