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Century Arms--Used TAURUS M82 .38SPL 4" Barrel

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Model: HG114G
 
Condition: Used
 
Bud's Item Number: 411548691
 
UPC: 787450051164
 
MFG: Century International Arms Inc.
 

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Century Arms-Taurus M82 .38 spl. Revolver 4" Barrel

Century Intl. Arms got these trade-in Taurus M82s from an agency and have checked them out for function. 

These guns are rough and rusted, but they work.  Barbeque gun?  No Sir!  A good cheap blaster that shoots plentiful .38 spl?  You bet!


 
SPECIFICATIONS
Type AR Pistol
Caliber 45ACP / 22LR
Barrel Length 4.5"
SPECIFICATIONS
Type AR Pistol
Caliber 32 North American Arms
Barrel Length 8.3"
SPECIFICATIONS
Type Rifle
Caliber 50 Action Express
Barrel Length 5.12"
SPECIFICATIONS
Type Revolver
Caliber 38 Special
Barrel Length 4"

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Product Reviews
 
18 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.3 of 5 Stars! [4.3 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Anthony F on 07/30/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This is a wonderful revolver for the money. Mine still has about 70% bluing, no rust, good grips, and a few minor scratches. After over 1000 rounds through it, factory and handloads, no misfires or malfunctions. I highly recommend!!

Reviewed By: Peter M on 03/30/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I got the firearm in good time. It came in full surplus fashion, covered through and through with dirt rust and cosmoline. I cleaned it as best as I knew how to clean a revolver, took it to the range and the cylinder kept jamming up. I took it home and learned how to clean a surplus revolver the right way. Since I got the cakes of dirt, rust, and cosmoline out of the internals, it hasn't missed a beat. My only qualm with it is the bulky rubber grips made for gorilla hands, but I'll whip up some walnut grips and all will be right with the world.

Reviewed By: JAIME G on 03/28/2013 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I got a lemon! I inspected the pistol at my FFL's today and it was in such bad condition I refused it. It had rust pitting, deep scrtaches, bent ejection rod, the cylinder had alot of play when locked up and it had a circular sanded out area on the frame about the size of a nickle. I would have been ok with light cosmetic flaws but this was way overboard.

Reviewed By: jeremy r on 03/28/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I was one of the unlucky ones. My M82 looks like it has seen better days, frame looks like it was rusty and pitted and was just blued right over. function seems to be okay, not complaining to much for the price. buds great as usual, received day after I ordered it.

Reviewed By: Rodger H on 03/08/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Mine arrived today and I have inspected it carefully. I find it as described, and looks pretty much like the picture on the web site. It's not a safe-queen S & W Model 10HB but it is a darn close copy. My bore is near perfect, timing and lock-up is good and the gun arrived clean and well lubed. Mine has a checkered target type hammer and a wide smooth trigger. Single action feels great, but the double-action really surprised me! I have paid good money to have other double actions smoothed up as nice as this piece. Is the metal works as nice as a Smith? No. Is the bluing as deep and rich as a vintage Colt? No. I think I can clean it up a little bit, but am I happy with my purchase.? Yes. Would I trust my life with this gun? Yes. Its loaded now and residing in my "hidey-hole" in the warehouse. I'm not sorry I bought this Taurus from Bud's.

Reviewed By: Jeff N on 03/05/2013 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
My pistol is NOT a model 82 as it says it is some sort of earlier model that I can not even find a diagram of and forget about finding parts as these guns aren't sold in America. the gun arrived looking like it had been kicked around in a pile of gravel. the finish was way worse than the sample image and I was really surprised that they would sell a gun in this condition. the gun looks like it was assembled from loose parts, the barrel is obviously from another gun as the finish does not match the rest of the frame and it was twisted slightly to the side. on top of all that the firing pin spring is damaged and was crammed up inside the recess causing the pin to fall out and prevent the cylinder from closing and rotating when loaded. this gun is a real piece of junk, save your money and get something better!

Reviewed By: Michael M on 02/28/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Well I ordered two of these M82 revolvers. I wanted a 38 Spl gun and I wanted something I could either blue, parkerize or duracoat and learn how to do it. Plus I wanted something cheap so if I messed it up I wouldn't feel too bad. I read A LOT of reviews of these guns and I wasn't expecting too much out of them.

Now the grips do look like a dog chewed them up, spit them out, a semi trailer drove over them and well you get it...but I found a set of 5 dollar grips (Uncle Mikes discontinued grips for M82) that will fit on these guns as long as you remove the lanyard ring. I do plan to keep one set of the wood grips/lanyard rings on one of my guns and change to the plastic black grips.

So remember I bought both of these guns to learn how to refinish stuff and not worry about the outcome if it sucked....

Opened box one and noticed it had some nice holster wear and wear under the trigger guard from being held. (along with not so great looking grip :P) But honestly not to bad, and NO rust. Seems to lock up fine, put in some snap caps and trigger squeeze is decent. (ordered Wolff springs for both guns)

Opened second box and there sat what looked like a brand new gun but with those dog chewed up grips on it. (this will be one that gets new $5 grips) This gun will also get a Wolff spring, and that is it. This gun looks amazing.

At this time I have not fired these guns, but they have cleaned up easily and I am happy with my purchase and the find of 5 dollar grips.

Even if these would of shown up pretty beat up I wouldn't of minded, I read the description and had planned to use these as learning items. Even though I will probably duracoat or reblue the first one I opened..it doesn't really need it..it just has some holster wear and not bad at that. The grips are in bad shape..so be prepared to buy some new ones...also some grips out there you have to cut to fit (i read that about the hogue ones) and/or you will have to remove the lanyard ring. I haven't found any direct replacement wood ones yet and I am not handy enough to clean the ones that came with them.

Reviewed By: Robert H on 02/26/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
O how I want to complain about this gun, but I just can't bring my self to do it. BE AWARE, that it seems there are 2 or 3 different versions of this gun that buds is selling, and you have no preference. Most people received a newer, 3 screw model 82, with rubber grips, some with wood grips. I received a way older 6 screw gun. And it is beat to hell and back, cosmetically that is. That being said, the function of this gun is awesome. The one I received is nearly identical to the Smith model 10, inside and out. Yes the specs are a bit sloppy but mine isn't out enough to cause too much concern. I tore mine apart to find it very clean and well oiled inside. Be careful as the model I received has a detent in the side plate it's self for the cylinder arm(it's kind of a pain to get back in until you get the hang of it.) I put 150 rounds of 158 LSWC loaded with 3.7 grains of Trail Boss with no problems what so ever. Clean shiny bore with cone in good shape as well. The action of this gun is pure butter, crisp 3.5 pound single action pull with around a 9 pound double action trigger pull. Over all I wish I would have received one of the newer model 82's, but am satisfied enough with this one. I put a set of grips off of a 66 on mine, you have to knock the lower pin in the frame out but they fit pretty good. As for Bud's I can't say enough about them. I ordered this pistol around 2pm on Friday, and it was at my ffl Monday after noon. And their customer service is top notch, all my questions were answered very quickly. In closing no matter which version of this model 82 you receive, it will function. It may not look very good, but the description says it all.

Reviewed By: destry w on 02/22/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Very nice looking pistol with nice set of grips feel and look like hogue overmoulded grips. Recoil is light with 158 LRN bullets and I will use as my truck gun with some 110 grain plus P ammo. Shoots good and hard to beat at this price. Service outstanding as usual. You may find some better deals out there on guns, but you will never find the type of service that Buds provide.

Reviewed By: Robert O on 02/19/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I am pleased with my purchase of a Tauras m82 revolver- 38 spl. Although the wood grips are rough and signs of holster rub are evident, there is no rust on this gun. The blueing is only marred by minor scratches.The action is smooth, the barrel is bright. This revolver is well oiled and has been taken care of.

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