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    Very nice gun. Year of manufacture is July 1993.

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    Congratulations on your new M-94.

    I dearly love my SS M-94.

    Only wish I'd bought a four incher in SS to go along with my 2" before they discontinued production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HrvojeKL View Post
    Very nice gun. Year of manufacture is July 1993.
    THANKS! Much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOONDAWG View Post
    Congratulations on your new M-94.

    I dearly love my SS M-94.

    Only wish I'd bought a four incher in SS to go along with my 2" before they discontinued production.

    Thanks! I'm looking forward to seeing the new series 942 in both 22lr and 22 mag.
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    Got mine in 2001 used for kayaking in Florida waters, mine a 5 inch barrel rubber grips, can you tell me the maker of those wood grips TIA
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    I out shoot this 94 to my son tracker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steyr View Post
    Got mine in 2001 used for kayaking in Florida waters, mine a 5 inch barrel rubber grips, can you tell me the maker of those wood grips TIA
    I think these are original factory wood grips. Has the Taurus logo imbedded.

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    Congratulations on getting that puppy.
    There is a way to lighten the trigger pull a bit.

    Quote from another post from here:
    DO NOT under any circumstances dry fire that puppy without snap caps or #4 drywall anchors in the cylinder chambers!!!

    Should the firing pin make contact with the cylinder wall, and it will, the firing pin will be damaged and unusable.

    Either use Pachmayr&reg Pachmayr your primary source for quality handgun grips and recoil pads , Tipton® Snap Caps (Rifle) (48675 or spent .22lrf casings in the chambers.

    What I did to smooth out and lighten the trigger pull a bit was to use these, Tipton or Pachmayr snap caps, and between 500-1000 repetitions of dry fire practice and not all at one time.

    The use of Wolff trigger spring has helped a few, emphasis on few, to do the job. Most people report primer ignition failures to frequently to make that viable.

    It's part and parcel of the whole overall package for .22lrf revolvers to have very hard and rough trigger pulls. The primers need a healthy whack to set the primer compound in the rim off.

    In the larger .22lrf revolvers like the Taurus 990, 970, and 992 versions the trigger pulls are better. Same for the S&W 617. I own both a 94 and a 990.

    The 990 is a lot heavier, has either a 4" or 6.5" ( mine does) barrel.

    My 94 though is one of my main fun guns and a "understudy" for the larger centerfire revolvers. End of quote.

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    Nice looking gun

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    Is it six, eight, or ten rounds?
    Nice looking gun.
    I picked up a six-inch Model 96 back in the mid '80s that's been fun.
    A topic for another day.
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