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    New Taurus - Taurus Revisited

    Last Taurus I owned was a PT 24/7 which I purchased new in 2005 and sold few years back. Been looking to add a 22LR just for plinking around the farm and had been looking at the Ruger SR, and S&W M&P Compact, as well as maybe going back to a Ruger 22/45, and preordering a Glock 44. But after several months of reading TX22 reviews and watching videos I decided to give Taurus another try.

    Picked up the TX22 today. Wow! What a blast to shoot and even though had already handled the gun multiple times at big box stores, really love the ergonomics. I put 200 rounds through it this afternoon - using old Federal bulk ammo laying around the house. I only had one failure to feed. The second round out of the box. Other than that it ran flawlessly.

    Been wanting to add a 1911 to my collection and now seriously considering a Taurus (again lots of good reviews). Apparently they’ve stepped up their game since 2005.

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    Welcome aboard. I love my TX22 - even took out a bobcat that was decimating our free range chickens with it.
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    Welcome from Northern Illinois! I have the SR22 and agree that blasting those 22LR at < .04/round is a ton of fun. I have the PT 1911 SS in 45 ACP with over 7,000 rounds and really love that gun also. Hoping to get that out tomorrow for some exercise.
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    Welcome from Iowa! I'm a fan of the TX22 and shoot mine often! Now for that suppressor... (Choking on the price and wait...)
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    Welcome from Brooker Florida.
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    Welcome aboard! Congrats on your new heater. For some additional rim fire fun from Taurus check out the model 992 it is 9 shot revolver that comes with two simple to change cylinders
    one for standard .22 rounds and the other for the .22 mag.
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    Welcome to the forum from Northern Oklahoma.

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    Welcome from West Texas!
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    Welcome aboard.

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