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    Quote Originally Posted by jimb1972 View Post
    Can my only Taurus be a Rossi? Because my 972 would be the one I would keep.
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    My Taurus® Mdl 617SS2. 7 Shots of 357 Magnum Felon Repellant, in a light, but not too light; carryable package.


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    If I had to sell all my Tauruses, and could only keep one?

    That's easy. I'm keeping the Raging Judge Magnum, no doubt.

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    Easy...whichever model Numrich E-gun Parts had the most parts for! It would be the one least likely to become a paperweight!


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    Oddly enough after pondering the question for a while I would have to say my Judge PD. If I could only have one "taurus" made firearm I believe it would be the one. The PT1911 is great but I can get a 1911 from a dozen different manufacturers, I could get a Beretta 92fs instead of a Taurus 92, as far as compact polymer framed 9mm or 40sw ccw guns go there is a plethora of great choices out there. The Judge however is iconic it is an instant classic. Yes S&W coppied it but the governor is not the Judge and never will be. People know the Judge, not just gun people either but also people who know nothing about guns. I cant count how many times in casual conversations with people regarding guns that non gun people (not necessarily anti-gun but instead gun ignorant folks) have asked "have you ever heard of a Taurus Judge?". "It's a handgun that shoots shotgun shells". Like I said it is iconic. So as much as I love all Taurus products, if I could only keep one of my Taurus pistols in my collection it would be the judge.
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    Although I’m found of all my Taurus handguns, especially my recently purchased PT1911AL, but if only allowed one, it would be my 689. However, my wife would never give up her 3" Model 85. They were both born in 1994 and are as reliable as the day I bought them.
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    In another thread, the question was, if you could only have one handgun, I answered, a good six inch .357 magnum revolver. Since my two favorite Tauri are my PT145, and PT1911, if I could only keep one Taurus, it would have to be this one.
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    For me, it's my PT1911SS
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    I only have 1 handgun and it is not a Taurus.

    So if I am allowed to play, I would keep my Glock Gen2 G-21.
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