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Taurus 905B2 M905 5RD 9mm 2"

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Model: 2-905021
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 32370
 
UPC: 725327341796
 
MFG: Taurus USA

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For years, law enforcement professionals have asked Taurus to produce a small, lightweight revolver chambered for the popular 9 mm. This allows the capability to cross-carry a pistol and a revolver and only one caliber of ammunition.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Black
Type Revolver
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 2"
Capacity 5
Safety Taurus Security System
Grips Black
Sights Fixed
Weight 22.2 oz

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Product Reviews
 
9 Reviews. Average Rating: 3.4 of 5 Stars! [3.4 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: JAY G on 08/25/2016 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Nice gun to use 9mm. Just not happy have to use moon clips not like other revolvers need to use moon clips with this.

Reviewed By: art f on 12/02/2015 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Good gun , crappy finish. Pony up the extra cash for the stainless model.
It looks like it's been spray painted


Reviewed By: Tom M on 09/29/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Bought this Taurus 905 from Buds. Great little gun. It just didn't come with the necessary Moon Clips.
So if you buy one make sure you order some moon clips as well.

Reviewed By: mark f on 10/28/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
10/28/13 picked up my new Taurus 905 {9mm} went straight to the range fired off 1 box of federal 9mm, smooth, trouble free. The revolver itself is very well made as is all Taurus Firearms. Anyone looking for a well made, reliable revolver for 9mm check out the Taurus 905, you won't be sorry. Thank you to Buds online for getting it in and for the fast shipping, I can always count on Buds.

Reviewed By: Donald E on 10/29/2011 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Just an update on the previous post. After a three week wait to get my brand new gun back from Taurus repairs, it still shoots paper plate size groups at 20 feet, although they did manage to figure out how to get the firing pin to hit the center of the primer. Now for the fun part. After putting half a box of cartridges through it, the cylinder fell off!!!

I'm not kidding. I pushed the release button and the censored cylinder fell right off onto the ground!!! While it's possible to put it back on, it doesn't appear to be possible to make it stay on. I'm guessing it's part of the other negative reviews where folks are having trouble getting the cylinder to lock in place. When it comes loose, you have to push on the front of it to get it to slide back where it's supposed to be. Whatever. Any way you slice it, cylinders SHOULD NOT fall off during normal use!!!

I was looking forward to upgrading my previous post with more stars after repair work was completed, but that's not going to happen. There's no excuse for a gun not working perfectly out of the box. There's ABSOLUTELY NO excuse for it not being better than perfect when Taurus has had a fair chance to make it right.

This ought to be a good gun, but it obviously is not. Quality control at Taurus is inexcusably pathetic, and the promised warranty work is worse. Until Taurus gets it's manufacturing ducks in a row on this gun, I'd have to recommend avoiding this one in the strongest possible terms.

Reviewed By: Donald E on 09/30/2011 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I have a Taurus revolver in .22 and bought this one expecting a similar level of quality and reliability. Either I got lucky on the .22 or got a lemon on this 9mm, but either way, the only reason I'm giving it 1 star is because there isn't anything lower.

The Taurus hype is all their guns are tested before leaving the factory. This gun is so obviously defective I find that impossible to believe, as it would have been caught by the first person who inspected and fired it. Ammo that has never failed to fire in my two other 9mm's, failed in this gun right out of the box. I'm getting light strikes that are WAY off the center of the primer. Not only is this a HUGE reliability problem for a gun intended for concealed carry, it creates the potential for hang fires, which is the most inherently dangerous threat known, to even the safest of gun owners. I put 20 rounds through it and the failures to fire were happening so often I was afraid to do anything more with it. The first five went off okay, but accuracy was horrible, with bullets key holing the target at 20 feet. I had one failure to fire on the second five, and two each on the third and fourth.

I've been eying this gun for over a year, hoping Taurus would come out with their promised 4 inch barrel in this model. I guess I should have kept on waiting. 2 inches is too short for accuracy, at least in this model, and I can't see what good a smaller gun is if it isn't possible to hit anything with it. Their .22 with a 5 inch barrel is an absolute tack driver with high velocity ammo. It's actually the gun I usually carry concealed on the assumption a reliable .22 in the right place is better than something bigger all over the place.

The grips on Taurus small frame revolvers are horrible for anyone with hands bigger than a 10 year old girl. I have a custom set for the .22 that fit my big hands, and it makes all the difference in the world. I don't care how little and cute a gun is, I want to be able to control the damned thing so I can hit what I'm aiming at!

About the only thing I liked was the moon clips, which seems to be the one thing a lot of other folks complain about. It's like having a bunch of little speed loaders, without a speed loader to fool around with. Reloading was quick and easy, but you do have to make sure all the cases are pushed down all the way before closing the cylinder. Not a big deal and the spent cartridges ejected smoothly.

Hopefully Taurus will be able to repair or replace this expensive chunk of scrap metal, but they get low marks for making this necessary on a brand new gun, that NEVER should have left the factory in the first place. A gun is supposed to be dangerous, but NOT to the person using it!!! Taurus should be ashamed and embarrassed that even one of their guns ever left the factory in as dangerously, defective a condition as this one!

Reviewed By: Lawrence N on 02/02/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great pocket pistol.... same caliber as my XD9SC. Took her out to the range Sunday and put 200 rds through it. Not one problem. Shoots just like my S&W 642 38 spl. Great gun, Great price and Great service. Thanks Buds Gun Shop.

Reviewed By: Dennis P on 08/04/2010 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
WOW!!! I've been looking for one of these things for awhile , and it's a different animal ,from the taurus 85 ultra lite .38 that I carry everyday...mean lttle pistol....little on the heavy side but can be a CCW revolver.Shot 250 rounds today and no problems ....moonclips will take a bit to get use to ...but for this price and 9mm rounds are cheap,cant go wrong with this snappy little revolver...

Reviewed By: James V on 07/11/2009 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Had this pistol in stainless, and I highly reccommend that you figure out a way to shoot it before you buy it. Im a big fan of Taurus CCW revolvers... i carry a model 85 .38 special everyday. Its a completely different animal in 9mm. Its like shooting a rocket out of your hand and I couldnt hit squat with it. I know its not going to be dead on accurate, but I can shoot 5 shots out of 5 in to the top of a pop can at 15 yards with my 38. Not with this one though. You also have to use moon clips because the 9mm in a rimless round, and these wear out over time and are kind of a pain. It is a good functioning and good quality piece, I just dont think that 9mm works very well in a revolver.