Taurus pt92 or 24/7 pro heinie

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by nash8, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. nash8

    nash8 New Member

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    Which handgun do you think is better: looks, feel, accuracy. Anything you can think of. I'm trying to decide which one I am going to purchase and would like some feedback.
    thanks
    Joel
     
  2. nash8

    nash8 New Member

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    Has anyone shot either one of these guns? How about a ruger p98, one of my friends has one and I really enjoy shooting it. Can anyone tell me how it compares to either of the taurus?
     

  3. FALPhil

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    The PT92 is a clone of the Beretta 92. My only experience with the PT92 was to try and bush muzzle end of the slide to keep the muzzle from bouncing around so that some accuracy could be had. I was unsuccessful. The 24/7 Pro looks interesting, but I don't cotton to plastic guns. The P95 handles like a pine 2x4. For the same price range, you can get a CZ75, which has the quality of a Sig and much better ergonomics. The CZ75 Compact is about the same size as the 24/7 Pro. And, you can carry it cocked and locked for single action consistency.
     
  4. taurus

    taurus New Member

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    taurus 24/7 pro

    i own 9mm long slide and .40 4" models of 24/7 pro. both w/stainless slide. great looking pistols. purchased both new at incredibly low prices. great guns. very tight out of the box---require oiling and break-in to loosen them up. ergonomics are exceptional (grip design is best i've handled from any mfg). trigger system is SA, can carry cocked/locked. shoot straight. try them. note: i clean my guns after every range session, and i shoot plenty, so i clean a lot....your results may differ.
     
  5. Don Lu

    Don Lu New Member

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    My vote goes to the PT92...To me, its just better looking and its been as reliable as my GLOCK..the sights are small, and the front sight is fixed so I cant change it. that is a negative and why it stays in the house unless going to the range..
     
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