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Old 02-04-2013, 12:09 PM   #31
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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.
Well- you don't see many safties on revolvers anyway
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Have two taurus pistols a poly protector .38spl and a millennium pro 9mm love both of them and use both for concealed carry. Will certainly buy mor from taurus in the future.
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I do think they are underrated. I'm looking for a good .22 Taurus revolver.
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So I looked at a new Taurus M94 snub nose .22LR revolver today and was actually very disappointed in it. It was extremely hard to pull back the hammer and twice as hard to dry fire in double action. I have heard the .22 revolvers had to have a heavy trigger pull because of the rimfire cartridge but this was ridiculous. I read a lot of bad reviews because of the trigger pull,but I had to check it for my self. Needless to say I won't be getting that type revolver. I'm still looking for a good .22 at this point in time. Bummer, I was excited to get one today.
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There is a great Taurus forum in case you're not aware of it. Taurus forum - Semi-Auto Handguns
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So I looked at a new Taurus M94 snub nose .22LR revolver today and was actually very disappointed in it. It was extremely hard to pull back the hammer and twice as hard to dry fire in double action. I have heard the .22 revolvers had to have a heavy trigger pull because of the rimfire cartridge but this was ridiculous. I read a lot of bad reviews because of the trigger pull,but I had to check it for my self. Needless to say I won't be getting that type revolver. I'm still looking for a good .22 at this point in time. Bummer, I was excited to get one today.
Bought my mom a LCP 22. I think it's a little pricey for what it is but is still a good option.
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I had a Taurus 94 .22 revolver that went back to the factory and was replaced twice,both times the gun either misfired all the time,cylinders locked up or the transfer bars snapped off.I had a Rossi(Taurus) .357 that was pretty good,never had any real issues but the cylinder lockup wasn't as tight as it should have been after 500 rounds.
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Taurus has a good forum at www.taurusarmed.net.
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Thanks. I will check it out.
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