Find Accessories For My Gun x
Chat now
Product Search
Search Descriptions  
Free Shipping Option



Store Directory

View all items by any one manufacturer by searching or selecting it from the dropdown
Buy with Confidence


2640471 Since 2003:
1434 Currently Online:

How to Buy a Gun Online
How to Purchase NFA (Class III) Items
Don't Lie for the Other Guy
Why Buy From Buds?
Payment Options/Cancellation Fees
Shipping & Returns
State Restrictions
Norton Shopping Guarantee
Team Buds
Recent Reviews
Conditions of Use
Privacy Notice
Taurus 444MULTI M444 UltraLite 6RD 44MAG 4"
by Daniel C Date Added: Monday 23 January, 2012
I really like this revolver. I have put about 500 rounds through it in the past year without any issues. I bought it for backpacking because it is light and might be able to stop a bear. It is very light for its size. I have carried it hundreds of miles in the back country with a good pancake holster and approve of it. It has been to the top of several 14ers and many 13ers in the Rockys. Basically, it can take use and abuse within reason. It is very accurate and the sights are easy to get on target. I had to add loctite to the mounting screw on the rear sight because it would get a little loose after about 70 miles on my hip but not a deal breaker at all. The sights are easily adjustable and stay on target even after abuse. At the range cheap target ammo does not kick that bad but high quality .44 magnum ammo does have a good kick to it but it is still manageable. The rubber grips help to absorb the recoil. .44 special high or low quality ammo does not kick much at all. The trigger in single action is crisp, short and predictable, in double action it is long and hard but at the end of the trigger pull is weaker and predictable. I am accurate with single action but double is tougher. Remember that the gun is titanium and aluminum, you have to be more gentle cleaning it and don't over tighten screws into the frame. Also, the barrel is only removable by Taurus due to the aluminum frame. The only pitfall so far is it looks like the hammer hits or has hit the frame leaving some denting. I'm not sure how this happened or if it is still continuing (has not affected functionality) but it has hit the right side of the frame a little. Overall I would suggest this gun if you are looking for a light weight .44 to carry. It is cheaper than the S&W equivalent but seems to be of good quality and reliable.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Write Review

More Information on product...