Robby is correct. The 9 shot 94 is a difficult creature to find. Gallery of Guns has them on ocassion but they don't last long. Come to think of it none of Taurus' 22lr revolvers last long. I waited a couple of weeks for them to stock the Tracker 22 and the few they got in were gone within a day. Says something about the Taurus 22 if you as me.Robby said:Wait til you try to find one.
I have only seen one in gun shops locally or online in months. If they are available, somewhere, they are asking more for them than a 38 or 357 of the same size, and barrel length.
Just checked Buds. He has both the 2" and 4" 94's in blue and satin in stock. $324 gets you the blued version pick your barrel length and $362 gets you the same deal in satin. Yea they ain't cheap considering my large framed 608 .357 was less than a $100 more than blued version of the 94. But on the other side of the coin, for the money spent you'll fire a heck of a lot more rounds out of the 22 than any larger caliber.Robby said:You can barely find the Commanche, or Charter 22lr and not very many of those for more than a few hours it seems. If I want to pay twice what M94 goes for I can get a S&W I think.
Slotman,Slotman said:Finally got my new Model 94 .22LR Ultra-Lite out to the range. I love it. Shoots great, though the trigger pull is a bit stiff. Hard hammar spring I guess.
But I shot loose the notched rear sight blade, first time out shooting. Pretty bummed about that. It was at an outdoor range, so I couldn't find the missing part. Now I have to replace it. Oh yay. (Where I can buy a rear sight blade for it?)