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    Need to make a slight correction here...I still have my pt24/7G2C in 9mm, so that makes 5 Tauri

    I'm also somewhat in the same camp as NT there - that I feel on some level that my guns should fill a niche that I have open (though some of those niches for me are just an itch that needs scratching )

    As a for instance, I have absolutely no need for a .357 Legend - serves no purpose for me at all. At the same time, I am still wanting to buy a .223/5.56 bullpup, in particular, the Kel-Tec RDB, for no better reason than I like bullpups and want one. I also want to put together a 6.5 Creedmoor in AR10 format, just because (and to share bullets with my Grendel). I want a commander and officer 1911 just to round out the collection and just really dig WWII bolt guns...okay, I guess I'm kind of a hoarder....sue me!
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    I have only gotten rid of one of the few I have owned for years, it was a 917cs. I loved the look and feel of the gun but it was the most inaccurate firearm I have ever seen.

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    I GAVE away both my PT111G2 and my G2C. One to my dad....and the other to my best friend....

    .....neither one of them ever shot well for me. At best, I was 8 inches low....even with the sights cranked all the way up.

    My dad had the same issues and sold his. My best friend LOVES his and shoots it really well.
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    I didn't "used to own" any firearm. I have no plans to part with any of them, even though I don't need any of them!
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    I traded up, one Taurus for another Taurus. Traded my Taurus PT945, which I liked, but never loved, for a then new Taurus 24/7 OSS DS .45.
    Currently, I still have the Taurus 24/7 OSS DS .45 and have no plans to trade it or send it in for the Lawsuit Settlement.
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    If I remember correctly there were quite a few that I sold. A 605, 651, a 627, a Mod. 445, a Millenium Pro PT145, a PT24/7 compact .45acp, a PT740, a Mod. 450 and a PT908. I do miss the Mod. 450 and the 651. Right now I have 8 Taurus handguns, two G2C pistols in 9mm and one in .40, a 709, Mod. 66, a Raging Hunter in .44 mag., a 856 and a 617.
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    Ha... I forgot one. I had a an old, but in good shape Taurus single action (in .45 if I recall)... I don't even remember the model. Was some time ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaShooter View Post
    Ha... I forgot one. I had a an old, but in good shape Taurus single action (in .45 if I recall)... I don't even remember the model. Was some time ago
    Gaucho maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by IowaShooter View Post
    Ha... I forgot one. I had a an old, but in good shape Taurus single action (in .45 if I recall)... I don't even remember the model. Was some time ago
    Gaucho maybe?
    Could be... I recall noting there was no model name - number I could find on it. It did say Taurus on the barrel and the caliber

    It was shiny stainless

    I put faux bone grips on it and it looked great.. 4.75" barrel I believe

    All pics of it went kaput with demise of photobucket account once they locked it down

    Probably one I should have kept

    I now have a shiny stainless 5.5" Uberti in .45
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    I can't remember..... I was recently diagnosed with CRS ...
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