Originally Posted by JonM
in the 80's taurus was building better guns than ruger.
The beloved Redhawk
began production in 1980. It offered a reinforced frame and longer cylinder that greatly increased maximum load capacity. It was revolutionary in it's rugged design. Then in '86 the GP100
was introduced. Both are still manufactured today and remain two of the most durable revolvers available.
What product(s) did Taurus develop/revolutionize during that time period that is still the current standard for performance, quality or durability? Not sarcasm. . . I just don't know my Taurus'.
i wouldnt buy a current production taurus.
Completely agree with you on that.