This is a discussion on Taurus quality. Finally a definitive answer. within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by luvmyglock That is awesome! I wonder how that got messed up?!? The misspelling is funny and all, but it just makes me ...
If you google '357 magnun' you will see that this happened in 2005. It seems an entire line went out with that spelling. Most of the puns were made at What's a ".357 Magnun"? [Archive] - THR
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I have one of those too. Model 605 total titanium.
Oh, I can see the agony this would cause for some poor gun store clerk.
Customer comes in. "I would like a box of .357 Magnun."
"You mean, 'MagNUM?'"
"Sir, there is no MagNUN, just NUM."
"You are mistaken. My gun says 'MagNUN.'"
"Out comes the revolver."
And the clerk, wondering if he's going crazy, goes to the ammo shelf and looks in vain for .357 Magnun. After he doesn't find any he asks someone else and the whole exchange happens over again and it take four clerks, three phone calls, two internet searches and a partridge in a pair tree to learn it was a misspelling.
There's already enough agony over .357 Magnum vs .357 Sig.. Not this! NOT THIS!
What do you expect for Maid In Brazzille ?
Look down at your key boards.
most cnc machines use one just like it .
the m and the n are side by side.
the guy running the cnc machine hit the wrong one
and let her run.
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