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    Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    What will they come out with next? Have you all seen that Taurus is coming out with a .380 Revolver? It looks pretty neat. I should just have my employer write my paychecks to Taurus (not sure if my wife would like it ). They have to be the most innovative company out there. Now after I receive my M405, I need to order a M380, M445, M731, M740, M922B....
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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    See the "Mini Revolver" thread a few posts earlier.
    Several firearms in .22LR, .380ACP, 9mm, 7.62x25, 7.62 Nagant. 7.62x54R and .45ACP. Lee Classic 4-hole turret and Lee breech-lock single stage.

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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver


    The little revolver is supposed to be super lightweight, too!

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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    I'm not really crazy about the .380 considering a 9mm (Luger) revolver has been around for a while, and the .327 was introduced not too long ago.

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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    If you want a 9x19 revolver that covers the .380 bit , but the 905 is a bit snappy in recoil. That's not enough to break most deals and the recoil is tolerable for most.

    I think the .327 Federal magnum in those revolvers would be more advantageous than a .380 ACP revolver. There is more ammo versatility with the Federal magnum, 32 H&R magnums, .32 S&W Longs rounds.

    If there is a market for the .380 revolvers, no problem. They might have a bit less recoil than some of the mini- .380 ACP pistols out there depending on a few things. Might come with moonclips.

    A 9mm. Kurz revolver. Very interesting!

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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    .380 ammo should work great thru a 2in. tube....
    The 45/70 Government..is the only Government I trust

    My Taurus Family
    Taurus Model 66 4 inch barrel 7 shot 357 Mag
    Taurus Judge Poly PD
    Taurus TCP 380 ACP
    Rossi 44mag 2.5 inch barrel
    Rossi Model 720 DAO 44 Spl
    Rossi 357 Mag 3inch barrel
    Rossi 45/70 Levergun
    Heritage 22LR/22mag

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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    They have the 380 revolver listed at 15.5 OZ ..which is light ...but not super light ..my old 70's Charter steel frame Undercover 38 Spl. weighs 16 oz ...and there new Alumium framed 38's weigh in at 12.5 oz....if they would have done away with the barrel shroud that woud have made the gun lighter and smaller...seems like a good concept ...the 380 would be a nice round in a 2 inch snubbie...
    The 45/70 Government..is the only Government I trust

    My Taurus Family
    Taurus Model 66 4 inch barrel 7 shot 357 Mag
    Taurus Judge Poly PD
    Taurus TCP 380 ACP
    Rossi 44mag 2.5 inch barrel
    Rossi Model 720 DAO 44 Spl
    Rossi 357 Mag 3inch barrel
    Rossi 45/70 Levergun
    Heritage 22LR/22mag

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    Re: Taurus 380IBB .380 Revolver

    (Federal 90 gr. Hydra-shok, Cor-Bon 90 gr. JHP, Remington 102 gr. Golden Saber BJHP and CCI-Speer 90 gr. Gold Dot JHP).
    top notch SD ammo for a 380 ACP

    The 45/70 Government..is the only Government I trust

    My Taurus Family
    Taurus Model 66 4 inch barrel 7 shot 357 Mag
    Taurus Judge Poly PD
    Taurus TCP 380 ACP
    Rossi 44mag 2.5 inch barrel
    Rossi Model 720 DAO 44 Spl
    Rossi 357 Mag 3inch barrel
    Rossi 45/70 Levergun
    Heritage 22LR/22mag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwiks draw View Post
    If you want a 9x19 revolver that covers the .380 bit , but the 905 is a bit snappy in recoil. That's not enough to break most deals and the recoil is tolerable for most.

    I think the .327 Federal magnum in those revolvers would be more advantageous than a .380 ACP revolver. There is more ammo versatility with the Federal magnum, 32 H&R magnums, .32 S&W Longs rounds.

    If there is a market for the .380 revolvers, no problem. They might have a bit less recoil than some of the mini- .380 ACP pistols out there depending on a few things. Might come with moonclips.

    A 9mm. Kurz revolver. Very interesting!
    I find just the opposite to be true. I think that 38 +p has more snap than the 9mm's

    steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwiks draw View Post
    If you want a 9x19 revolver that covers the .380 bit , but the 905 is a bit snappy in recoil. That's not enough to break most deals and the recoil is tolerable for most.

    I think the .327 Federal magnum in those revolvers would be more advantageous than a .380 ACP revolver. There is more ammo versatility with the Federal magnum, 32 H&R magnums, .32 S&W Longs rounds.

    If there is a market for the .380 revolvers, no problem. They might have a bit less recoil than some of the mini- .380 ACP pistols out there depending on a few things. Might come with moonclips.

    A 9mm. Kurz revolver. Very interesting!
    My 905 works quite well for me. On other forums, there is talk the .380 will not work in the 905. Talk is, the .380 cylinder is tapered, unlike the 9mm. I've got .380 ammo, but not willing to try the .380. The coming 9mm/.380 revolver from Charter Arms is supposed to handle both. Coming in "Late Fall", I was told....

    BTW--- Had to think about Kurz... hadn't heard that in a loooong time...

 

 
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