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    Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    Now's your chance to show off your beloved PT22, PT25, PT92 or other Taurus pistola that would belong in this thread.

    I'll open with a couple of my basic blue PT92 w/ Hogue grips.



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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    My PT92 AFS. Purchased just over a week ago, and shoots great.
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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    Very nice Tubaman! I love my blued PT92 but would like to add a stainless 92 or 99 at some point.
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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    Thanks. It's one of those, I've always wanted one. Now that I have one, I'd almost like another. I am looking for some new grips for it. Also considering the Houge Rubber grips too.
    1- Taurus PT92-AFS - Sold
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    1- Kel-Tec P11 - Sold

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    http://taurus-92.mybrute.com

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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    The Hogues improve the feel of the pistol quite a lot, at least to me. Nothing against the factory grips but the Hogues are much nicer IMO.
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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    The 92 is in stainless, the 100 is blued. I put a huge scratch in the slide of the 100 that I just couldn't cover up, so I gave it the Equinox look.
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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    here is my PT92 AFS

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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    Quote Originally Posted by tubaman
    Thanks. It's one of those, I've always wanted one. Now that I have one, I'd almost like another. I am looking for some new grips for it. Also considering the Houge Rubber grips too.
    i recommend both hogue soft rubber side pannels ( i have a pair on my beretta 92) and they are very comfortable and reasonably slim.

    if you want something with a little more meat i suggest the pachmayr full signature wrap arounds, they come with or without finger grooves, i wanted finger grooves.. as far as i know they are the only ones making finger grooved wrap arounds for the taurus.

    they are however a bit thicker so those with small hands may not like them. i did not think i would like them after i got them on and noticed the extra thickness but after handling it for a while they have really grown on me and i like them a lot.. they come with a rubber backstrap which is great, i dont know if you can buy just the back strap or not but it helps a lot even with the factory plastic grips which cut into my hand it made i feel a lot better.

    here's a few picks of mine.




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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    How do I post a big pic like that?
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    Re: Post Your Other Taurus Pistols

    Quote Originally Posted by jare-3
    How do I post a big pic like that?
    i use my www.photobucket.com account. its free then just upload your images to photobucket then copy and paste the picture link

 

 
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