I decided to play with my .44 handguns today a bit, none have been fired and all purchased within the past 5 months. Both of my brass frames seem to function fine, but my steel frame Navy will not rotate the cylinder when cocking 100% of the time. It will rotate occasionally, but I would be a dead man by the time it finally did if I really needed it. Having "lifetime" warranty does not mean much if it is limited by the functionality of your handgun now does it? Heheh... I purchased this one particularly because it was a steel frame and it should be more durable in the long run, but heck, I have not shot it once yet. Never fired, never dry fired, etc. ... Sat in my display cabinet from day 1. I would have shot them all today if it were not for this. It really put a damper on my day. My confidence level is quite low now as to the quality of Pietta handguns sadly. Anyone else experience this before?