Well, a clone of a classic anyway. This revovler was my first handgun and I sold it a few months back. I gave the guy my phone number and told him to give me a call if he ever decided to get rid of it. I figured I'd never see it again but the dude called me about a week ago and said he needed some money and me and my first love were reunited again.
I'd planned on buying a Colt Python but the Colt will have to wait now. Those things are hella expensive and I don't have a lot of money to spare on funzies right now so I'll just be happy with my Taurus 689. I think after this close call I'll hang on to it and pass it down to my son someday. When I bought it back in the early 90s it was Taurus's top of the line revolver.
So, not a Colt like Rick's of The Walking Dead but still a sexy revolver IMO.
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Taurus Raging Bull
Model : Taurus Raging Bull The Raging Bull, as its name and sheer size attest, is a "hand cannon" that can fire rounds large enough to take down elephants. It has been produced by the Brazilian Taurus company in a large variety of rounds, inc
Mar 1 2011, 12:39 AM EST by
a heavy handgun with poor fire power using hard to find .410 or 45 long colt ammo. not a good idea to lug this iron around
Feb 12 2011, 10:26 PM EST by
Model : Taurus Judge An interesting revolver from Taurus, named in 2006 after word that judges in Miami were purchasing it for self-defense in the courtrooms, the Taurus Judge is a .45 Colt revolver that can also load and fire .410 bore shotg
Feb 21 2011, 12:30 AM EST by
Raging Bull .223?
Hey, guys. I know a lot of folks here (including me) like to be able to share ammo between rifle and pistol. Well, for those using an AR or Ruger Mini-14, that could be difficult. However, I found out that they sell the Taurus Raging Bull in .223.
So, I'm just putting it out there; it may be something to look into for those who plan on using an AR.
Dec 23 2010, 9:13 PM EST by
Two new guns from Taurus.
For those of you who love to have shared ammo between your long gun and pistol, look no further. Taurus has two guns that look very promising.
First is the Circuit Judge (although it is technically made by Rossi). It is a revolving carbine in the style of old cattleman's rifles. It uses the exact same cylinder as the Judge, firing both .45 colt and .410. Although the .410 isn't exactly the perfect shotgun, it does have merit. In addition, the gun weighs less than 5 lbs., which is a plus for traveling.
Next you have the Raging Judge. It the "magnum" of the Judge series, and, in addition to firing the .410 and .45, it can fire the .454 Casull! That's right; three calibers from one gun. Hell, if you buy the insetrs from Sportsman's Guide, you can fire .22 as well.
With the .454, you have a very potent anti-raider and even hunting gun.
I'm very excited about these two guns, and I hope I can get one (or both.)
Who do y'all think about them?
Mar 20 2010, 1:56 PM EDT by
I've got the stainless version just like yours. I bought it used and never had a problem with either .38 or .357. I've also got the same speedloaders. Those weren't easy to find!
My 608 would definitely find its way to my hip in the event of a zombie attack!
Mar 16 2010, 11:36 PM EDT by
The new ones
Taurus .357 mag and FN Five-seveN
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The firearm company Taurus of Brazil makes high quality handguns for a relatively good price in comparison to other makers. Their initial entry into the US market consisted of pistols patterned after pre-1980 Beretta and Smith & Wesson revolv
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