New Taurus (Seriously)

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    New Taurus (Seriously)

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    Tracker model .22LR/.22WMR

    Adjustable rear sights, 4" barrel, no tools needed to swap cylinders.

    Hate the grips. They work well, I've shot others that had them, but will get swapped out for some Hogues.

    This will definitely be a fun little shooter....

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    Nice! Congrats. That'd be a darned nice tool to have around.
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    Looks like a fun gun! Can't beat a revolver with 22lr and 22mag options.
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    Very cool. Very nice.

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    Have a 22lr only one . The trigger was so hard in DA I had to take a hammer to pull it ...

    If you say that is a nice trigger I might be keen . Have some sub 22 ammo that would be fun in a wheel gun
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    Enjoy it should go bang every time.

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    Congrats. I've never had any problems with Taurus revolvers.
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    I detest being compelled to admit that ANY Taurus is a good idea. Yet, truth is, Taurus revolvers are okay. And THAT one seems like a keeper. Let us know how it shoots.
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    Taurus makes decent guns; we have an 85 Ultralite .38 Special we keep at hand in the house (besides others). Taurus may not be my first choice in guns but I wouldn't hesitate buying one.

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    I hear when you get a good Taurus you're set. Sounds like you've done just that, so congrats!

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    I have one of their .38 special snubby revolvers, no trouble at all, I feel so good about it I carry it some. I do have some questions about their pistols, know some folks that have them and love them and trust with their life and others that don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoveman View Post
    What? Quit laffin'....
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    No internal lock or magazine disconnect on my pistols!

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    I really want one of those!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Congrats. I've never had any problems with Taurus revolvers.
    Around 20 years ago I had a SS Taurus 357 with grips just like the Stoveman's. Worked fine for me.
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    Nice!

    I have a cheepy single six with the wmr cyl. I love shootin mags. I just cant find any ammo...anywhere!

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