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Old 07-19-2004, 04:15 PM   #31
 
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Taurus titanium 357

I have a 4 inch titanium taurus revolver in 357 magnum. It is very accurate. The recoil is very light. I was worried about it from all of the posts that said the light guns have huge recoil. The gun is fun to shoot and is easy to keep the sights on target. Even shooting single handed the gun is comfortable. I am very happy with my purchase.
 
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Old 07-19-2004, 05:28 PM   #32
 
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Re: Taurus titanium 357

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Originally Posted by stitch
I have a 4 inch titanium taurus revolver in 357 magnum. It is very accurate. The recoil is very light. I was worried about it from all of the posts that said the light guns have huge recoil. The gun is fun to shoot and is easy to keep the sights on target. Even shooting single handed the gun is comfortable. I am very happy with my purchase.
What about the barrel, Stitch? Is it compensated? I've found that Taurus' compensator works very well indeed, in spite of being quite a mess to clean and maintain.

Regards,


Rocco
 
Old 07-19-2004, 07:07 PM   #33
 
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Have heard that the Raging Bulls in .454 break down.
 
 
Old 07-20-2004, 05:08 AM   #34
 
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I bought three of them in the last five months. Pt-92, 617ti, and two weeks ago at the Orlando gunshow a P-25 and they are all quality made. they give you a lifetime warranty, that says something plus I got a free years membership in the NRA with each purchase.
 
Old 01-10-2005, 01:50 PM   #35
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i have heard that the recent Tauruses are made well, but I will never purchase another one. I have had models 82, 99 9mm, .22 revolver, small .22 auto pistol, .357 66vr. All were junk except the 669vr. Even that one wasn't made as well as a Ruger, Colt, or S&W. Tauruses, in my opinion are just cheap copies of Beretta and S&W.
 
Old 02-13-2005, 04:26 AM   #36
 
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I have a model 65 357, and just bought a 905 9mm . The 357 has been dependable, and the 905 hasnt shown any problems yet... I like them both.
 
Old 02-13-2005, 06:43 AM   #37
 
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I have two Taurus pistols, a PT-911 and a PT-945.

The 911 is my main carry gun. It conceals very nicely in a Pager Pal. I have shot between 3K and 4K rounds through it with no problems. DA trigger is OK, and the SA trigger is very nice. It is crisp and not too heavy.

On a recent visit to the Taurus site I found that the 911 is actually a 916 since the sunset of the AWB. I ordered two high capacity mags. Typical of Taurus customer non service, the first mags they sent were for a 92fs. They got it right on the second try. Now I have a 16 round pistol in a fairly compact package.

The 945 is a little too big for the Pager Pal so it sits at home most of the time. It has about 1k rounds through it without any problems.

Judging from what I have read on the net, I would not get one of the Taurus DAO plastic pistols, but I have had good luck with the all steel pistols and I will eventually get another 911 in stainless.

wlambert
 
Old 03-26-2005, 06:30 PM   #38
 
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I have a Tracker 17 8" barrel in stainless. I LOVE it. Its the most accurate handgun I have ever shot.. Like others tho. After about 200 rounds it starts to get tight. Cleaning it makes it all better.
Frank

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Old 03-27-2005, 04:43 PM   #39
 
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I have three

No problem with any. A.22, a .38 sp, and a .44 sp.
 
Old 03-28-2005, 01:02 AM   #40
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I bought a Taurus Model 94 Stainless with the 5" barrel a few years ago and like it a lot. True, the trigger is not S&W, but it's not too bad in single action. I usually shoot two-handed, and cock it with the left thumb, so the small hammer spur is not a problem for me. I have had no problems with it and I don't clean it very often. It's never misfired, it's accurate, and lots of fun. One big plus is that ejection of spent cases is perfect, every time -- no wasting time picking out "klingons".

A few weeks ago my son and I were taking turns with it at the range. We put well over 100 rounds through it without a break. The gun was quite hot, but it kept on ticking. It's never failed.
 
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