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  1. No personal experience, but gun tests did a review of the 405SS2, not sure if it's the same pistol but they gave it good marks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warthog97 View Post
    No personal experience, but gun tests did a review of the 405SS2, not sure if it's the same pistol but they gave it good marks.
    This is the M82 in 38sp. 4" barrel, 6 shot.

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    That's a beautiful handgun, IMO.
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    Thanks alot. It's funny, but when I was looking for a revolver, this one didn't even come to mind.
    But when I handled it the other day, it just felt good, & the price was right. Done deal ! ( Took me
    long enough.)

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    I carry a S&W 638 BUG - really nice in the front pocket. And while my main carry is a G30, I figured cops have been saving their butts with that .38 special for 90 or so years so it must have something going for it.

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    Finally scored a little bit of ammo on another forum. So I'll be off to the range Tue. to check it out.

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    Let us know how it shoots!
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  9. #38
    Ok, went this morning & had a good session with this. Shot some old wadcutters, some re-loads, & some HD.
    No problem with any of it.
    Gun ran real smooth, trigger was a bit light in single action. Was able to put 50 rounds in a 3x5" target.
    Real surprised with the lack of recoil, HD's were a little snappy, but a lot better than shooting an Airweight.
    The weight of this gun is just right for me.
    For what i paid for this gun, I would recommend it to anyone as a first revolver. I know there are more expensive guns out there, but for my needs, I am totally satisfied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerbob View Post
    FWIW, I don't think you can go wrong with a Taurus revolver. They aren't going to be a S&W, so don't expect that quality... if you go in understanding this, you'll be happy with the purchase. If the trigger isn't to your liking, you can get a gunsmith to swap the springs for very little cost. I fully trust the Ultralite .38Spl I have with my life and the others are home defense pieces, placed around the house. .
    Both the S&W 60-.357 (mine) & the Taurus .85 Ultra-Lite .38spl. (wife's) are excellent revolvers. Hundreds of rounds fired, never a problem, always dependable, very accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    Both the S&W 60-.357 (mine) & the Taurus .85 Ultra-Lite .38spl. (wife's) are excellent revolvers. Hundreds of rounds fired, never a problem, always dependable, very accurate.

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    I'd like to get a set of those grips for the Taurus. Where'd you get them?

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