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Old 10-31-2012, 06:05 AM   #1
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Default How is the taurus pt 24/7?

Hey guy im just wounding what you guys think about the pt 24/7 i have one and know nothing about it ?

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Old 10-31-2012, 06:45 AM   #2
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Not bad. The mags suck. Cause feeding issues in mine if I load all 12 rounds. Decently accurate. Loud as hell.

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Not bad. The mags suck. Cause feeding issues in mine if I load all 12 rounds. Decently accurate. Loud as hell.
i haven't shot it yet because I'm in California right now and its back home in Missouri i manly just wounding if its a good HD pistol and what kind of experience others have had with it
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i haven't shot it yet because I'm in California right now and its back home in Missouri i manly just wounding if its a good HD pistol and what kind of experience others have had with it
I think your Browning was a better gun.......barely and still also think your mom needs a swift kick to the rear over this deal
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I have a 24/7. It works very well, however you have to keep it clean. I shot it the other day and it started jamming and the slide stopped locking on the last shot. Took it home and cleaned it and the catch started working again. The slide catch isn't designed well. If i slam a new mag in it, it closes by itsself from the jarring of incerting the mag. I'd like to be in control of when the slide closes. It is very accurate though. I am planning to sell mine and buy a m&p.

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I think your Browning was a better gun.......barely and still also think your mom needs a swift kick to the rear over this deal
Ya but look at least she is going to replace it
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I have a 24/7. It works very well, however you have to keep it clean. I shot it the other day and it started jamming and the slide stopped locking on the last shot. Took it home and cleaned it and the catch started working again. The slide catch isn't designed well. If i slam a new mag in it, it closes by itsself from the jarring of incerting the mag. I'd like to be in control of when the slide closes. It is very accurate though. I am planning to sell mine and buy a m&p.
I will keep that in mind when i get back home and shoot it
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I've had one for over a year now. I love it! It fits my big hands much better than any other .40 cal that I've handled. I just took my conceal carry class with it and it even impressed the instructors with its accuracy and reliability!! I put about 300-350 rounds down range in about 3 hours and never had the first bit of trouble. Kinda laughed when the kimberly beside me jammed twice! Especially since the kimbers are so much more expensive

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