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Hey All,
I'm looking to be a brand new Taurus owner here really soon. It will be my first brand new handgun ever. I have a Ruger P95DC 9mm that I bought used and I love it, but I want something less bulky than my P95. I put the gun on layaway its a 9 mm 17 +1 rds and I got a great price on it for $389. I can't wait to pick the gun up from layaway. I love the way it feels in my hands it feels like its just an extention of my arm. I think this is going to turn into a great production gun for USPSA and a great carry gun. If you guys have any tips or ideas you can give me as far as accessories or work I can get done 2 the gun to make it an even better firearm 4 me feel free to reply.
Matt
 

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I have 2 of them.1 blue and 1 stainless.but i dont mean to be a party pooper but i think you are over paying for it.i think i payed 320.for mine
 

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Prices could have gone up - I've noticed the prices for the newer Tauri creeping up recently. I only paid $339 for my 2/7 Pro 45acp but that was last year 4q.

Welcome from Texas, by the way !!
 

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I payed 359 for my 9mm 24/7 Pro C a month ago and that was the best price between several sellers at a gun show

Welcome from Sunny S. Florida.
 

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The 24/7proC 9mm I picked up two weeks ago was 340+tax at a local gun show
 

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By the way - I love that Ruger you own, I owned one too and I wouldn't have any qualms about carrying it for my CCW....you would just have to be creative .....
 

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Congratulations on your new 9mm 24/7 Pro and Welcome to the Forum! ;D

My local dealer currently lists 24/7 Pro's at $389 plus tax, and that is what I paid for mine, this last October 2007.
 
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