My vote is for the PT92, it is the only Taurus I have owned that has been consistently reliable and well built. I had a pt145 that worked well for about 400 rounds then it started going downhill. I had a judge that had light strike problems and the cylinder would lockup while shooting sometimes and it was picky about what .410 shells I used as some would stick in the chamber. My fiance has a .357/38 Taurus/Rossi snubbie that works well, but the cylinder lockup isn't the tightest. Unfortunately while Taurus has a lifetime warranty, be prepared for a lot of hassle and waiting if you try to use it. In contrast, Keltec and Springfield also have lifetime warranties but have had great customer service when needed.