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Old 01-18-2012, 03:59 PM   #11
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If your going to put alot of rounds threw it I wouldn't go with Taurus i own one and it locks up after the second cylinder and then it stArts taking metal off the front of the cylinder and I dont no wy it does that that's my experience with taurus I would go with ruger or smith and wesson

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If your going to put alot of rounds threw it I wouldn't go with Taurus i own one and it locks up after the second cylinder and then it stArts taking metal off the front of the cylinder and I dont no wy it does that that's my experience with taurus I would go with ruger or smith and wesson
But the only thing I will give it is its very accurate
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Thanks for the responses already I would be open to a used gun but I think it might be a good idea for me to look into a regular six shot weapon as there are so many of those. Unfortunately money doesn't grow on trees...
You can get a Charter arms .22 and they are only 6 shot revolvers,they come in 2" and 4" and are around $300.

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If your going to put alot of rounds threw it I wouldn't go with Taurus i own one and it locks up after the second cylinder and then it stArts taking metal off the front of the cylinder and I dont no wy it does that that's my experience with taurus I would go with ruger or smith and wesson
I second that Taurus ain't right,I had 3 of their model 94- 9 shot revolvers and all had to go back to Taurus because of 66% misfire rate,locked cylinder,and sheared off transfer bar-the one with the transfer bar problem was after a mere 1,500 rounds on a brand new gun.
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Rger just came out with that 8 shot sp101 with 4 inch barrel it would out last Taurus by a long run

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I would go with a smith or ruger. Taurus is nothing but a headache. My favorite .22 revolver is my Ruger Single Six, super reliable and lots of fun.

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Here are mine the bottom gun in the photo is my Taurus 9 shot .22 and the top is my 7 shot Taurus .357 Mag. Mine have not givin me any problems what so ever.

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Here are mine the bottom gun in the photo is my Taurus 9 shot .22 and the top is my 7 shot Taurus .357 Mag. Mine have not givin me any problems what so ever.

How are they Headaches?
I had a model 66 357 mag to and it did the same thing as my 9 shot 22 taurus they just lock up after a few shots I didn't have much luck with them
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when you say "lock up" what do you mean by that?

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when you say "lock up" what do you mean by that?

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When I would shoot some out of them they would heat up or something and rub the cylinder to the barrel and it would start taking of metal intel it cooled down then it be fine till the next couple rounds and then do it again
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Hmm interesting, I just hope mine dont end up doing that. How long had you had them before they started doing this, or did it happen the first time you shot them?

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