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    Classic .45 Colt

    I got to looking at my Taurus classics. Models 441, 689, 741 & 941. A .45 Colt should have been included in this style. If you've ever seen a Taurus Mountaineer1 (.44 magnum) you know where I'm coming from. A revolver with Anaconda styling for the common man lol.

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    Goodness Coop, have you lost your marbles! A 45 Colt with a proper length cylinder, what are you thinking! I would be on one like a fly!

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    Make a proper one with the right throats and +p loads and I'll take one too. I need to shoot cast so good deep rifling and proper throats is a must.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexherring View Post
    Make a proper one with the right throats and +p loads and I'll take one too. I need to shoot cast so good deep rifling and proper throats is a must.
    I should have added a non-fluted cylinder would be nice.

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    Hey, guys, let's not get too crazy here.

    I'd be happy with a good, tight gun with proper throats (I went through the Rugers with the .448-.450 throats and .452 bores, too), a heavy and/or full under lug barrel available in 4, 5 or 6,and 8 inches and, most importantly, ports needs to be an option or at least no ports needs to be an option. Using it as a carry gun is always an option with a 4 or 5 inch barrel and shooting a ported big bore from the hip ain't something you'll want to do more than once. A skinny serrated or checkered trigger for those of us that like to shoot DA would be a nice touch, too, but that ain't happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper View Post
    I got to looking at my Taurus classics. Models 441, 689, 741 & 941. A .45 Colt should have been included in this style. If you've ever seen a Taurus Mountaineer1 (.44 magnum) you know where I'm coming from. A revolver with Anaconda styling for the common man lol.

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    Here you go.


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    Yup, I've been saying for years that Taurus needs a large framed .45 long colt. I'd be perfectly happy with an M44 type frame and 6.5" barrel!




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