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“Violent crime is feasible only when it’s victims are cowards. A victim who fights back makes the whole business impractical. - Col Jeff Cooper
With over 200 million firearms in private possession, in addition to a collective ammo round count of over a trillion rounds, it should be obvious that we in the firearm community and culture are NOT the problem!
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I have no reason to doubt my Taurus revolvers or pistols. 100%
https://www.taurusarmed.net/forums/f...-pistol-6.htmlhttps://www.taurusarmed.net/forums/f...us-pistol.htmlThis says it all as far as the threads to these links are concerned. I'm adding my Taurus 908s, two of them, to my list of trustworthy pistols. The number of Taurus revolvers I have is too long to list here. ALL of them are trustworthy, reliable, durable, and user friendly. My trustworthy Tauri started in 1986 and are all going strong.
https://www.taurusarmed.net/forums/m...tml#post271303 https://www.taurusarmed.net/forums/m...ce-warned.html These two threads of old are good advice and Taurus owners talking from experience.
2 so far. Both 111G2's. 1st has over 7000 rds. through it. 2nd has about 2000. Have a TCP I will never get rid of for fear that someone will trust their life to it. JUNK! Even after being sent back. JUNK! Maybe a one shot wonder? Have a Spectrum on the way. Hopefully they got that .380 right! The 2nd 111G2 is my daily carry. The first is Momma's night stand gun with a Crimson Trace on the rail.
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Until I decide to get rid of them .
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I have to say that I started buying Taurus firearms in the middle 1980s and still continue to buy them. Read that as Taurus G2Cs have been added to the Taurus collection and will continue to add them to my battery. Since reliability, accuracy, and being user friendly are my criterea I see no reason to quit buying Tauri.
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