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roychris 04-28-2009 03:57 AM

Taurus Model 941 22 Magnum
 
I just purchased a Taurus 22 Magnum for my wife and I'm a little worried about it. It's brand new and I haven't fired it yet, but there is a lot of play in the cylinder. Is this normal for this gun or some revolvers? My High-Standard Double Nine is 35 years old and it's cylinder is tighter than the new Taurus and I have shot the crap out of the HS. All the gun reviews claim the Taurus Model 941 is a great gun, but then, you can't always believe what you read. Does anyone have any on-hand experience with this Taurus model or any other Taurus revolver? Thanks.

cpttango30 04-28-2009 11:42 AM

There should be very little play in the cylinder while it is locked up. When it is open you can have a little bit more but shouldn't be a whole lot. If you are worried I would have it checked by a good gun smith.


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