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    Quote Originally Posted by cnj View Post
    They are missing from their main line up page. The Spectrum page you posted is still on the website just not linked in their main line up.

    https://www.taurususa.com/firearms/pistols/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishinkeylargo View Post
    They are missing from their main line up page. The Spectrum page you posted is still on the website just not linked in their main line up.

    https://www.taurususa.com/firearms/pistols/
    OK, why am I seeing it in the bottom left of the link you posted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cnj View Post
    OK, why am I seeing it in the bottom left of the link you posted?
    With my resolution it's on the right. Regardless, it's right between the Taurus 1911 Officer and the TH40. The spectrum is most definitely on their list of autos.
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    If you should happen to see that Taurus rep again, would you ask him if/when they might introduce/reintroduce a striker-fired .45 ACP?
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    Don't bet that the Spectrum prices will rise. You ain't gonna live that long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredward View Post
    Don't bet that the Spectrum prices will rise. You ain't gonna live that long.
    agreed!
    one might be better advised to invest in Pork Futures than Taurus increase in price.
    ever see the price of a used Taurus?
    But hey I do have a couple of barely used New York Bridges that I would let go for a reasonable price.
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    Meh, no love for .380s here. I have one I never carry anymore.
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    I knew the Spectrum was going to be discontinued when the LGS was selling them for $119 the last couple of months until the ran out. Now if they made the Spectrum with Lexan inserts in non stress areas of the slide and frame and then bend the pistol a little they might be on to something

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    Nice on the heads up Had a Spectrum in my hands 2-7-20 my PT132 spoke to me, Support is no longer there, I passed wanting the .357/9mm revolver (not glad) I have a collection of Taurus Semis of course no support there either. UUUGGGHHHH
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    Quote Originally Posted by cnj View Post
    As an early adopter of the Spectrum, I had expressed hope that Taurus would release a Spectrum II (a new model where the light strike issue had been resolved, and possibly with a few other minor improvements). I still say that it is the best ergonomically designed mini-pistol ever made (for my hand, anyway). It's too bad the reliability wasn't there. Now, it is likely too late. The gun's reputation precedes it.
    I have one of the later Spectrums ($119.99) and it has had not issues of any kind. For me, the reliability is there and I like it very much.

    Good guns are being made at lower and lower prices. In addition to the $119.99 Spectrum I bought last summer, I bought a SCCY CPX-2 (10 shot 9mm) for $134.99 after rebate plus $12.99 shipping. Both have been flawless and the total cost of both added together is less than other brands I have that are no better.
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