Now that's interesting. I like the non-fluted cylinder.
The advantage is cheap practice. 9mm is a lot cheaper than even 38 special. So one can get good trigger time on their gun without a lot of cost and recoil. Sure the 38 special can fill that role, but again 9mm is still cheaper.im not a big revolver guy - but i dont dig it at all. i just dont get the idea of shooting 9mm in a revolver. i know its an inherently efficient cartridge but does it realyl do anything a .357 wont do. even a modest load in magnum outperforms it.
kinda reminds me of an old ruger i had - came with 2 cylinders. 22 mag and 22lr. i havent seen the 22mag cylinder in years. guess i lost it when it didnt get used. would probably end up losing the 9mm cylinder too.
for those more knowledgable than me - is there any advantage to using 9mm in a revolver.
Manufacture suggested retail price is $659 for either the 3" or 6.5" 2 stellar clips are includedDespite all the bad things going on with Taurus this revolver definitely piqued my interest. I primarily shoot 9mm, but do occasionally shoot both .38 and .357 with my dad's revolvers. The 3" model seems like it would be an ideal length for carrying and accuarcy. I almost wish they went with 3.5" or even 4". I'm going to be watching for this to be released, hopefully the price will be within reason.
Did they have the 3 inch revolver or just the 6 inch?I saw this new revolver at the SHOT Show and have some pictures to share, but the Internet here at my hotel in Vegas sucks. I'll get them posted later tonight or maybe tomorrow.