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Old 02-19-2012, 03:58 AM   #1
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this past summer I bought pistol shown in my profile. I've heard a few bad things but I tested mine and so far no malfunctions

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Old 03-04-2012, 11:12 PM   #2
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anyone else have a taurus

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anyone else have a favorite pistol

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Taurus tend to be hit or miss quality wise.

Looks like you got a good one.

It's not a bad looking autoloader.

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Your fishing hard for approval
Its your gun - Do you like & trust it
I'd carry it to a Bar-B-Que

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yes I do just wanted some options on. middle finger goes up
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yes I do just wanted some options on it that aren't from a 5 year old kid. middle finger goes up
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yes I do just wanted some options on it that aren't from a 5 year old kid.
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...and on that note let's close this thread.

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Taurus tend to be hit or miss quality wise.

Looks like you got a good one.

It's not a bad looking autoloader.
yeah I have heard that. I haven't had any problems with mine. was gonna get my wife the tcp 380 but saw a ton of negative feedback about it. I'm looking to getting a revolver and kinda on a budget with it would a taurus judge be a good deal or something like smith and wesson
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