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Old 07-26-2010, 05:38 PM   #11
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Also keep in mind that once things head in the right direction I will be carrying a different primary making this my back up weapon.
I based most of my response on this quote from the OP's post. Personally, I have little faith in Taurus products. I've owned 2 of the Bersa's and they are reliable and accurate guns - they make a nice backup.

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wow, are in a war zone with that extra mag in your belt? 5 shots of .38 is enough to protect yourself from a bad situation in my opinion. i do have a speed loader in the truck just because. most gun fights are only a couple shots, and a .380 just don't have enough umgh for me.
Lots of opinions in this post. If nobody needs more than 5 shots, I doubt we'd need all the high capacity semi-autos currently being sold and carried. As far as most gun fights being a couple of shots - can't say as I've never been in one. I do know I'd rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it...
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that is a really good comparison robocop, it really sums it up. Taurus i think is just cheaper copycats of better guns also.

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Old 07-26-2010, 11:38 PM   #13
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I'd keep the .357. >380 is way too expensive for what it is and I have no confidence in it. Robo summed the comparison up nicely.

Spittinfire also mentioned bianchi speed strips, much easier to carry than speedloaders.
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Old 07-27-2010, 09:08 PM   #14
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I'll throw my 2cents in and recommend that you hold off on any purchase or trade in that realm and save up some cash for a "permanent" gun. . .

Go for something that you'll have (or could have) forever and be damn proud to show off and feel warm and fuzzy when you put it on in the morning.
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