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I got bored while waiting for my DPMS AR-15 to ship, and I couldn't pass up this one.




I'm guessing it was made in the early 90's
Beautiful gun
 
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Congratulations on your new firearm.
 

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Very nice indeed!
 

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That is one gorgeous pistol...you have excellent taste in firearms!
 

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Thanks everyone.
I haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but it will take a trip with the new AR when it comes in.
It appears to be stainless.

My only plans for it are a nicer pair of wood grips (maby something custom with monogramming), and a pachmayr rubber grip.
 

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looks clean.. warrantied for life, cant go wrong!
 

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Congratulations on a fantastic pistol! It seems quite a few of the forum members new and old own PT100s/101s/92s/99s. Definitely one of the best autoloaders out there, period.
 
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I feel a little bit dirty now, like looking at somebody's hot wife and getting naughty thoughts. :-(

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Sweet....I like the grips on there now.
I'm sure you already know but you can go to the Taurus web site you can put in the serial number and it will tell you what year it was made.

Happy shooting.
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That's a really nice "find"! :cool:
 

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You have great taste in guns. My PT99 AFS is my favorite and most accurate pistol. Good luck with your new friend.
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Yes, your "new to you" PT100 has a Stainless Steel Slide and Barrel, and looks to be in excellent condition!
Congratulations! :cool:
 

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I'm sure you already know but you can go to the Taurus web site you can put in the serial number and it will tell you what year it was made.
Sure I do... now lol

"SEARCH RESULTS
Your Model Is 100SS
Production Year 1992"


I took it out last weekend and put 75 rounds through it, only problem was 3 fail to lock slide on last round but other than that it was great.
 
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