Raging Hunter .460 Sure looks like nice, but it's still a Taurus.
Great bear gun, you ought to be able to throw that at a charging bear from quite a distance.
Why is he drawing a weapon with no rounds in the cylinder?
"Scuze me mister bear, please just sit tight a mo' while I load up my pea shooter, m'kay?"
Go prepared or don't go at all.
carved from a block of wood
Not sure why Taurus would rate any more frowns then any other manufacturer poor QC seems to be more the standard today even from name brands that used to mean something. Next up Bell & Howell will market a gun LOL
A guy I worked with bought a new Taurus in .454. He had to send it back because of timing issues. Taurus did get it right and returned it. I haven't seen him in several years so I don't know how well it held up.
Good old Taurus.Might work,might not.
And some of ya'll think my Glocks are ugly...
What kind of Holster is that?
While mine is a Ruger, I have had good service from a couple of Taurus revolvers. Never had the courage to try a semi-auto.
You all crack me up! What a joke. Ever anything good to say? Cool Gun! Hope you enjoy it, and I'll bet none of the critics would stand in front of the barrel as you pull the trigger. I've owned 6 Taurus' and never had an issue or problem.
A nicely abrasive first post. You aren't off to a very good start around here.
Go out and buy yourself a quality firearm...then you will realize the Taurus is inferior overall 😉
Take that thing out and shoot it and shoot it some more and break it in. Clean it well and shoot it again.
one fine spring I find a hungry griz
the bear is drooling and grinning and walking toward us
and wondering which to eat first
i suggest he start with the man with the Taurus
That is because they are. 😁
Make mine a S&W X frame.
It is a cross chest carry holster. Useful for carrying a large gun and keeping it out of the way of a rifle. Mine was made by Purdy Gear, but this looks more molded, so likely made by one of the larger outfits like Bianchi or DeSantis.
That photo is on GunBroker FB page. It is not mine.
My only Taurus revolver is a Model 96 .22 6" I bought new back in 1985. A poor boy's K-22. It has fired over 31,000 rounds with very few problems. Had the cylinder stop snap off during rapid fire around the 23,000 rd. mark. Took one off of a damaged LLama Super Comanche and it works fine. Had to lock-tite the ejector rod and bush up the coiled mainspring but all-in-all it was a good buy. Still in 90% condition or better. It has been a superbly accurate gun, in fact I shot my best long range group ever with it. So don't say Taurus guns are junk; at least some of them are not.
I have seen a taurus 5 shot 357 fail. The firing pin "assembly" was damaged, with less than 20 rounds downrange. The "assembly" is pressed into the frame and cannot be changed at home. Taurus fixed it, but costs $50 to ship it. On the other hand, I have a taurus millennium pro pt140 that is my daily CC gun ZERO faults and 100% reliable, and accurate. Every gun manufacturer has duds sometimes.