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Taurus 94 .22LR 5" Matte Stainless
by Douglas H Date Added: Friday 02 December, 2011
I own a new one in 4", polished stainless for about $300. I agree the double action trigger is stiff and the hammer cock is a bit stiff, but not dreadful as you may read. Mine is a current year model, so maybe Taurus improved them. But the single action letoff is crisp, positive and very short. It's an excellent single action trigger pull. Very good cosmetically for a polished finish, not perfect. The cylinder comes out when the front side plate screw is removed... be careful... the screw holds in a tiny plunger and spring. Do not lose them! The crane can be cleaned of oil and lubed and replaces and it makes it easier to grease the ejector rod travel path with lithium grease or Break Free.
Cylinder gap is good, weighs and balances well. For $300, it's a lot of .22. And an automatic will not handle the 3 types of .22. I think it's versatile, affordable, well made, and comfortable. The sight is under par and should be improved and the main spring is fairly heavy. But mine is not bad single or double action. The rear edges of the hammer can be eased for comfort with a small fine file (like a diamond stone or a ladies nail file with diamonds in steel type).

Don't be afraid to take a chance on it for the price. I owned a Taurus 85CH (.38) and it was always a good gun and about like this one cosmetically and in fit/finish.

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