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    What happend to all of the Full Size polymer frame Taurus pistols?

    I've been out of the game for a few years and when I hop on the Taurus website most but not all of their fullsize polymer pistols are gone? What happened to the 24/7 or the OSS? no new generations of those? I don't get it maybe they didn't sell well?

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    Fast forward a few decades, and Taurus is making the TH9/40 series, the G2C and G2S along with a few poly revolvers and the TX22. There are other poly pistols they are selling to other countries. No where near the depth of models Taurus used to make.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HughJass View Post
    I've been out of the game for a few years and when I hop on the Taurus website most but not all of their fullsize polymer pistols are gone? What happened to the 24/7 or the OSS? no new generations of those? I don't get it maybe they didn't sell well?

    AHH, so you are not familiar with the scalp--ahh the recall of the 24/7 clan and a few others?
    plenty of posts here on that if you like History.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstring View Post
    Fast forward a few decades, and Taurus is making the TH9/40 series, the G2C and G2S along with a few poly revolvers and the TX22. There are other poly pistols they are selling to other countries. No where near the depth of models Taurus used to make.
    Maybe just streamlining the company? Making the menu easier to manage so to speak?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nimbly View Post
    Maybe just streamlining the company? Making the menu easier to manage so to speak?
    ...and focusing their attention on making a few models, that run like a champ.
    Are we there yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HughJass View Post
    I've been out of the game for a few years and when I hop on the Taurus website most but not all of their fullsize polymer pistols are gone? What happened to the 24/7 or the OSS? no new generations of those? I don't get it maybe they didn't sell well?
    I'm thinking that Taurus stopped trying to be all things to all people. They've decided to scale back. Hopefully, it will lead to an improvement in quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdinGeorgia View Post
    I'm thinking that Taurus stopped trying to be all things to all people. They've decided to scale back. Hopefully, it will lead to an improvement in quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    AHH, so you are not familiar with the scalp--ahh the recall of the 24/7 clan and a few others?
    plenty of posts here on that if you like History.
    I was not aware of any recall. I own a two tone 24/7 , 2 OSS pistols one in 9mm and one in .45. I also own a PT138 and a PT145 and they have all been great with no issues. The 24/7 is my night stand gun and probably has 3-4K rounds through it.
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    Not all of the Poly Taurus are missing, I still have my fair share of them tucked away.
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    They axed the 24/7 and traditional MilPro models and even 800 series. But they did expand the 1911 offerings to include ?Commander and Officer models.
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