Re: Questions about durability of airweight Taurus revolvers & airweight vs regular
Why would you put it in a drawer? I`m new here also but from what I have read and after talking to the Taurus people, all the 38 revolvers are +p rated. I just bought the 85 UL and it shoots great and for me 357 would be overkill. Its all about shot placement, 5 in COM. Shoot non +P at the range and carry +P for SD carry if you are worried that you will break it. just my hummble 2 cents.Krinkovliu said:My second question is this:
If I buy an airweight Taurus hammerless revolver in .38+P do I have to worry about this alloy pistol wearing down? I will probably put 100 rds of 38 Spec and 50 rounds of 38+P to break it in, and then put it in my drawer so the amount of ammunition fired though it will not be huge.
Thanks for your input.