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Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by kiabe1, Mar 19, 2013.
Hi guys i was hoping to hear what people think of the quality of this firearm
I've been eyeing this gun up also. But have no personal experience with it. I know Taurus's has a lifetime warranty and there usually quick at fixing it and getting the gun back to you.
I, too, have been eyeing this. The Gen 2 has great features to it and I've dry fired a 9mm version in a store and it really felt good. But I'll be honest, other forums have been really down on Tauruses inconsistency in quality. That's why I'm leaning toward an XDs now. From what I understand, it's twice the gun, and much more concealable. But I look forward to others chiming in on this.
I was kind of leaning towards the taurus after handling the weapon and reading about their excellent warranty but any more info would be excellent
I have two 24/7 G2's in 9mm and .45. The .45 is the better gun of the 2, the 9mm fit leaves a lot to be desired (the rounds rattled in 1 of the 2 mags that came with the gun and both mags rattled in the mag well so bad). The 24/7 G2 .45 is an excellent .45 gun, though. I don't have the G2C but plan to get 1 in .45.
I've changed my mind again and decided to go with the Bersa Thunder 45 Ultra Compact Pro. The dimensions are not much more than the Thunder 380 that I carry now, so I think it will be an easy transition. And I've had nothing but great luck with the Thunder 380 that I trust Bersa's quality. Plsu, I've never heard a bad word about them.
I have always heard Taurus builds decent revolvers, but to steer clear of their auto's
Their semi-auto's are very good. I have quite a few of Taurus SA's and they're very good guns. The Taurus OSS .45 Tactical is one of my favorites, so is the PT145. Both my 24/7 G2's are great handguns, too, despite the mag rattling issue on the G2 9mm.
I've got a G1 45 24/7 and love it! At first I had issues with some of the rounds feeding properly and after a call to Taurus they suggested slightly bending open the tabs on the top of the mag and give it another shot before sending it in and that cleared up the issue. I love this pistol and wouldn't hesitate picking up another. I've been eyeing up their PT709 as another option for CC.
Me too, I'm eying the 709 Slim SS for concealed carry in the summer time.
I've got 3 Taurus's and I like them all. I have a 709slim ss, TCP .380, and a 94 ss 22 revolver. I actually love my little TCP. It's simple to conceal carry in anything and has performed flawlessly. They may be inexpensive firearms but that doesn't mean they aren't quality.