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Old 08-16-2011, 08:45 PM   #31
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It really eats me up when a person has a problem with one Taurus, so then ALL Taurus pistols and revolvers are crap! I own a Taurus PT145, PT709, and my Summer EDC, My TCP/738, I own a Taurus/Braztech 46102 .357mag. I also own a Ruger BlackHawk in .357mag. and a Ruger LC9. I own a .22LR S&W 2206 and a NAA .22WMR Mini-Revolver also. I haven't had a damned problem with any of them... Me thinks most of you who are quick to condemn, are the first to not read the Owners Manual.
Totally agree with you but no matter there are always people like that about EVERYTHING lol
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I have a Taurus 85T in 38spl, a 605 in 357 Mag and a 76 in 32 HR Mag. All of which have functioned flawlessly to date. I have a number of Smiths and Rugers which have done so as well. So I would estimate that it is the luck of the draw. I just don't think that the Taurus are "more likely" to have problems than any of the others. Just my opinion.
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Had a blued model 94 in .22 and right out of the box it would only ignite 1/3 of all rounds,sent it back and after a 3 month wait Taurus finally called me and asked if I would accept a stainless model as a replacement,I said ok-got that gun and it fired fine,but after about 1500 rounds the transfer bar fell out of the gun all sheared off and mangled.I sent that gun back,they sent me yet another new gun which I promptly sold before I even fired a shot in it.
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quick question does anybody know any good cleaning methods for this? any help at all would be great thanks in advance!
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quick question does anybody know any good cleaning methods for this? any help at all would be great thanks in advance!
I assume you are meaning the ports in the barrel. I usally use a can of spray brake cleaner then clean with some Q-tips and solvent. I also have a thin nylon and brass brush if carbon/powder are stubborn. Followed by my regular method for the barrel.
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Pipe cleaners (both the stiff and soft kind) dipped in Hoppes 9 or whatever you use to clean the rest of the gun.
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