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Old 07-12-2009, 02:52 PM   #1
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I got a Taurus 94 4" back in February,and I am 50/50 on whether I like it or not.It has been plagued with misfires from the beginning and eventually it seemed to have a problem with locking up when using SA.I sent it in to Taurus with no fee from the store I purchased it at,and I like the lifetime warranty of Taurus,and all for $290 new,I think it's a good deal,but I am unsure as to whether in the long run saving a little money and a lifetime gun is worth the trouble of sending it in more often then I would need with a more expensive revolver
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Old 07-13-2009, 12:47 AM   #2
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I used to sell guns, and I have owned I don't know how many. The only two DA revolvers I have left are Tauruses - one from the '80s. I have never had a problem with one. I had very few problems with ones I sold, and Taurus took care of those. I also sold Smiths and Colts that had problems, and there wasn't a whole heck of a lot of difference in the issue rate. And the manufacturers took care of all of them. I am unaware of any issues with Taurus that would make one go bad over time, especially a .22.
Smith people seem to hate them with a passion, and in the same breath as they rave about a Smith, they will tell you they ain't gonna buy another one until Smith loses that lock.
What could have happened... did.
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