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Taurus 6 Round Matte Stainless 327 Federal Mag w/2" Barrel/F
[2327029]
$262.00
Displaying 1 to 6 (of 8 reviews) Result Pages:  1  2  [Next >>] 
by Dick I Wednesday 15 February, 2012
A really great revolver. This is my conceal carry weapon, light to carry and equal to the task. I carry others for specific purposes but this one hangs on the belt day after day.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Carl F Wednesday 15 February, 2012
This is the second Taurus .327mag I have purchased. This one for a friend that I let shoot mine. Love them! Great gun for under $300. It is my primary carry now. It has plenty of power. Nice holes in plywood shooting JHP.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Philip F Monday 30 January, 2012
Decent revolver for the price. Handled 32 Long and 32 Mag without issue, but full-bore 327 is quite a lot in this little package. Accurate out to fifty feet with a number of loads. No trouble hitting 6/6 on a 5 inch steel plate at distances of 75 feet. 6 rounds of 327 mag would be more than enough for self defense if so inclined. Fit & finish are rough, but a good cleaning and some time on the range helped smooth the trigger out quite a bit. Proved more than accurate & reliable enough for a carry piece. Single action trigger was crisp and light. Double action trigger is rough out of the box. Needed a complete and thorough cleaning before range use. Overall decent pistol for price. Wouldn't recommend it for those who do not reload.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Zac C Sunday 29 January, 2012
Very impressive compact pistol paired with an impressive round. Out of the box my Taurus 327 shot true, posting a 2.5 inch grouping of 6 at 50 feet on a standard police silhouette target. It follows the natural point of aim well and has great trigger pull, with a firm but smooth double and a light single action pull. The revolver is also very compact, and would make an excellent concealed carry. Don't get me wrong, this gun does not have the same level of fit and finish as a Ruger or a S&W, but it is $260 after all. This is a lot of gun for the price. As far as the round goes I'm impressed. Anyone who takes the time to read professional reviews or the FBI's standard protocol tests for effectiveness through barriers, will see the 327 Fed Mag is a powerful round. It truly does closely approach the 357 in terms of performance, but there is more. My lady and her friend (both petite women), who refuse to shoot more than 1 round of 357 Magnum out of my S&W Airlite, were able to shoot around 20 rounds of 237 Fed Mag before recoil bothered either of them. I think that speaks volumes to the fact that this is a well engineered caliber.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Carl F Saturday 21 January, 2012
Great pistol. Low recoil for the rated ballistics. Everyone that I let shoot it wants one. The .327 Federal Magnum round is a WINNER. This snubby shoots flat at 20 yards. I am now looking for a 4 and 6 inch barrel.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Thomas A Tuesday 10 January, 2012
Strong recoil with full .327 magnum loads, very, very controllable with .32 H&R magnum loads. I also own a Taurus 94 in .22LR. The double-action is much easier than the 94, but still nowhere near my S&W 686+ or Highway Patrolman. Double action is smooth, but stiff. However, the single action break is great, crisp and light. As far as accuracy, I need to practice more. A friend shot at a half-gallon metal can and hit with 12" on 6 shots, with 2 within inches of the can. I measured the distance on Google Earth, 34 meters (111 feet), so it should be quite accurate with practice at more reasonable distances. Finish could be a bit nicer, there are some tooling marks inside the chambers and the front edge of the hammer is poorly cut.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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