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Old 01-28-2013, 04:05 AM   #11
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I love mine alota ppl hate these but to each his own. Its not my best pistol but it was worth the purchase

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Old 01-28-2013, 09:27 AM   #12
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I am considering a second conceal carry gun. I carry a Ruger LC9 but would like to have another as an option, so I am considering a 709 as my optional carry. I have heard a lot of good things about this handgun. So, I too think a Taurus forum would be nice.

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Old 01-28-2013, 11:03 AM   #13
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The 709 is an excellent choice in my opinion. Its great in many different ways. Easy breakdown and reassembly for cleaning and lubing, slim (less than an inch thick), perfect for pocket holster carry, reliable with different ammo, and only $299 for the blued one magazine version in the FS model. I later bought a second magazine which I recommend, but initially $320 after tax and background fee. That's unbeatable.

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Old 01-28-2013, 11:30 AM   #14
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These are my Taurus' and their pocket holsters. My other two are non-Taurus' so no pics. Lol

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Old 01-28-2013, 11:41 AM   #15
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Taurus 44mag revolver is very smooth, dependable and will rock your world. Love it.

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I also purchased a PT840 and have had no problems. Taurus forum would be nice.

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I also purchased a PT840 and have had no problems. Taurus forum would be nice.
I hope they come out with some more accessories for the 840
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I have a bunch of Taurus revolvers and semi-autos, a Model 85, a Model 431, 2 Model 441's, a PT-101, a PT-145, 2 PT-940's. I am quite happy with them, and have several more on my shopping list. The only problem I've had was on the PT-101, the magazine release was not properly seated as it came from the factory, which caused the magazine to drop down about a quarter inch when the gun was fired, preventing feeding of the next cartridge. I adjusted the magazine release and have had no other problems with any other Taurus gun.

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A Taurus forum would be nice here. I have a new 24/7 OSS g2 compact and so far amazed at how Accurate the gun is with the 3.5 barrel. No problems with the gun yet.

Just need to find a good iwb holster and night sights for it.

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I have a 24/7 OSS Tactical in .45 ACP and several other 24/7 G1 & G2 pistols, I love them all. I've never heard of the OSS compact with 3.5" barrel. That's strange!
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Spell check got me. Was to be SS and it corrected to OSS.

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