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Thread: Taurus Revolver Quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillieThom View Post
    I’m interested in the 856 Executive Grade. It’s a handsome looking revolver and even though there are better looking guns that are also more proven for the same price or a little more… there is still just something about it.

    Not to mention it seems to be getting some mild praise online.
    If the 856 I have holds up I can see myself getting one of those too. Even on this stock 856 I am surprised on how good the trigger has been right out of the box. I really havenít found anything major to complain about yet, but itís still early.

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    Two friends who are no strangers to revolvers are testing the 3" 856 right now. One has the Talo, the other the Executive. I know a third guy who's going to get one to wring out next week. All three are people I would consider highly proficient with handguns and especially revolvers. They will also render an honest verdict, none are paid shills.

    I am politely hopeful. With the way inflation is kicking the working person's butt right now, I'd love to see a 3" 6-shot .38 revolver that is reliable enough to own at that price point.

    There's a lot of hard-working folks out there (and on here) that are having to make a lot of tough choices about gasoline, groceries and guns. With crime continuing to get worse, this is needed.

    I seriously wish the new crew at Taurus luck with this effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    Two friends who are no strangers to revolvers are testing the 3" 856 right now. One has the Talo, the other the Executive. I know a third guy who's going to get one to wring out next week. All three are people I would consider highly proficient with handguns and especially revolvers. They will also render an honest verdict, none are paid shills.

    I am politely hopeful. With the way inflation is kicking the working person's butt right now, I'd love to see a 3" 6-shot .38 revolver that is reliable enough to own at that price point.

    There's a lot of hard-working folks out there (and on here) that are having to make a lot of tough choices about gasoline, groceries and guns. With crime continuing to get worse, this is needed.

    I seriously wish the new crew at Taurus luck with this effort.
    Please let us know what their verdict is. I really want this little revolver to work out. They will probably be putting more rounds down range than I will be able to at the moment. I keep hearing from people that the new Taurus revolvers are good guns but it just hard for me to shake my experience with them from the 90ís. But hey, I wouldnít want people to hold it against me how I was in the 90ís either so I guess they deserve another try. LoL!

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