Taurus 444B8 M444 Raging Bull 6RD 44MAG 8.375" Taurus 444B8 M444 Raging Bull 6RD 44MAG 8.375"
Caliber: 44 Magnum
Action: Double / Single Action
Barrel: 8 3/8"
Safety: Transfer Bar
StockFrame: Black Rubber
Model 2-444081 Condition Factory New Bud's Item # 31569 UPC 725327320890
Finish Black Type Revolver Action Single/Double Caliber 44 Remington Magnum Barrel Length 8.37" Capacity 6 Safety Taurus Security System Grips Black Sights Adjustable Weight 63 oz *Please Note!! Many of our pictures are stock photo's provided to us by the manufacturer and do not necessarily represent the actual item being purchased. Please verify this picture accurately reflects the product described by the title and description on this page before you place your order.
Customer Reviews 13 Customer Reviews Average 4.5 out of 5 Timothy S Got to say that I love the gun. Recieved the weapon in less than a week and it was great right out of the box. Took it out to a range and fired some 44 special through it which I use only at the range to keep down the cost of ammo. The first grouping of shots hit in about 6 inch pattern at 100 feet, but by the forth group I had it down to 2 inches. Now for 44 mag I use Winchester platinum tip 250 grain hollow points, and I can say that the gun is awsome with the recoil it fells like shooting a 38 to me. Only downside to it is if you are small handed like me the grips seem way to big, and it just dosen't feel right to hold it. To make it worse it seems that the only grips that I found when looking cost almost has much has the gun itself. So I just took the time and made one myself, and the gun still looks and works great 12 months ago Rob D I purchased the Taurus Raging Bull 44 for whitetail hunting a few years back from Buds. When the pistol arrived, there were minor nicks on the frame. The pistol had powder residue around the ports and cylinder. The "Red" portion of the grip was also dirty.
The pistol's trigger came factory preset at just over 1.8lbs... EXTREMELY DANGEROUS! The manual explained the trigger has an adjustment screw, so I easily corrected that issue. After a few rounds sent through the pipe, the trigger became insanely stiff and the cylinder wouldn't rotate smoothly. So, I decided to tear it down to have a look. What was inside was horrible! The internals were honestly plagued with metal shavings, deep tool marks, and a few burrs. I'm quite handy with a Dremel and buffer bit. Having addressed every single part, now smooth as silk, she fires smooth and reliable. I brought the trigger pull up to 3.5lbs. Mounted a scope base on 'er with a Nikon resting on top of that. The design of the pistol, barrel ports and grip offers very little recoil. The 8( )" barrel is insanely accurate out to 100yds from a rested position. In the beginning, I was upset at dropping 507 bucks on something I had to square away. But, now it's one of my favorite pistols to shoot, and it's my main deer slayer. (Having used it to take 3 in 3 yrs.) Also, my wife of only 130lbs has no issues shooting it as well. 1 year ago Show More Reviews...