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Old 02-02-2013, 06:22 PM   #21
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I also purchased a PT840 and have had no problems. Taurus forum would be nice.
Thanks for the info on the PT840. I've been lusting over that model. I think it would be a great general purpose carry piece, or duty gun: hi-cap, good action type, exposed hammer would allow thumb-cocking if needed, good barrel length, good SD caliber.
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Thanks for the info on the PT840. I've been lusting over that model. I think it would be a great general purpose carry piece, or duty gun: hi-cap, good action type, exposed hammer would allow thumb-cocking if needed, good barrel length, good SD caliber.
I love my 840, never out of arms length. The ambidextrous set up is nice. Everyone rags on Taurus because they have a few lemons but most budget guns are going to have those. Not to mention my 840 is dead on accurate!
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:30 PM   #23
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Spell check got me. Was to be SS and it corrected to OSS.
That explained it. Thanks! I also would like to get a 24/7 G2 .45 and I will wait for things to calm down a bit.
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Nice to see all the Taurus love.

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Well i use to catch alot of bs because i bought a taurus a cple yrs back but i didnt care i love it not just because it was my first pistol but because of how smooth it shoots and how decently accurate it is for the price i paid

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I'm thinking of the PT 94 .22 LR. Snub nose my wife likes a revolver over the semi. Any first hand experiences out there?

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I'm thinking of the PT 94 .22 LR. Snub nose my wife likes a revolver over the semi. Any first hand experiences out there?
Yup- had one-
Only complaint is the VERY heavy DA trigger pull --
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Has anyone tried a diy duracoat on an 800 series?

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Heavy trigger pull is probably good since there is no safety. The only time it will fire is when you mean for it to. Just a thought.

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Only complaint is the VERY heavy DA trigger pull --
Heavy trigger pull is probably good since there is no safety. The only time it will fire is when you mean for it to. Just a thought.
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