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    22lr revolver options

    For some reason I have a desire to get a snubnose 22lr revolver. Best I can tell from the Taurus website is that a trakker with a 4 inch barrel is about as close as I can get going with Taurus.
    Would that be accurate?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistolpositive View Post
    For some reason I have a desire to get a snubnose 22lr revolver. Best I can tell from the Taurus website is that a trakker with a 4 inch barrel is about as close as I can get going with Taurus.
    Would that be accurate?
    What you're looking for would be the Taurus M94 .22lr. It held 9 rounds, had a 2" barrel, and weighed 18oz. They don't make them anymore. I think the Tracker is the only .22lr that Taurus makes right now. Maybe you can find a 94 on the used market or as new old stock somewhere.
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    Have ran across the lcr. Comes in 22mag as well. Just hoping for Taurus option. Been wanting to try a Taurus revolver. I have four Smith's and a ruger. Once had a colt agent. Kind of miss it.

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    I own a 992 .22 convertible Tracker with the 6 1/2" barrel and I absolutely love it. Obviously, not what you're looking for.

    However, when the topic of conversation becomes .22lr short revolvers, I will always have a
    soft spot for the older S&W "Air Lite" 317s: https://www.smith-wesson.com/firearms/archive-model-317

    Now replaced by the stunning 317 "Kit" gun: https://www.smith-wesson.com/firearms/model-317-kit-gun

    And this I feel the most beautiful "Air Lite" version: https://www.gunbroker.com/item/852086567

    Otherwise, SP101s are available in 2 1/4" barrels if you're looking for SA/DA.

    And yes, you can still find M94s NIB on occasion for not too much money, <$400.
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    I would think that the Ruger line would be a good choice.
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    My three kit guns.

    Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 .22lr
    Rossi Model 511 .22lr
    Taurus Model 94 .22lr.

    I probably will never let them go. They are fun shooters!

    I’ve been looking at S&W 34 snubs but man they are pricey.

    Did Taurus make a “legacy” snub (late 80s to early 90s), like my 94 at the bottom of the picture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaneledZero View Post
    Did Taurus make a “legacy” snub (late 80s to early 90s), like my 94 at the bottom of the picture?
    Yes, see post #3.

    Another option (much easier to find than the Taurus 94, and much cheaper than a Smith or Ruger) is the Charter Arms Pathfinder. Classic Charter design in .22LR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PaneledZero View Post
    Did Taurus make a “legacy” snub (late 80s to early 90s), like my 94 at the bottom of the picture?
    Yes, see post #3.

    Another option (much easier to find than the Taurus 94, and much cheaper than a Smith or Ruger) is the Charter Arms Pathfinder. Classic Charter design in .22LR.
    Sorry. Missed that part. Not sure I’ve seen one (2inch M94). Did they make a 2inch in the Model 96?
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    I hate to ask the question...what does kit refer to.
    Thanks for the ideas.

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