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|Caliber||308 Winchester/7.62 NATO|
|Caliber||22TCM / 9mm|
|Safety||No Manual Safety|
|Caliber||223 Remington/5.56 NATO|
|Caliber||410/45 Long Colt|
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i have shot about 100 rounds through the pistol and I have had 0 problems,
I have a friend of mine who recommended to use full synthetic oil on the slide and the gun runs as smooth as it gets.
I do recommend the Taurus 1911 stainless to everyone. My friend has a Kimber and he said the Taurus 1911 shoots as good if not better than his 1000 dollars kimber.
First 1911 I have ever had. Picked up the firearm at my FFL on a Thursday 3 weeks back. Took it home & read over the book, looked over the gun then put it in the safe as I didn't have any time to take it to the range.
Two weeks later on Thursday evening; I take the gun out to get a feel for it by loading, unloading, racking the slide, releasing it & engaging & disengaging the thumb safety. After a few times of this, I noticed the thumb safety would not go all the way down.
Being a lefty, I turned the gun on it's side (right side up) & started wiggling the right side safety to get it to go down. That's when the left side safety fell out, shooting the plunger pin & spring across the room. I found the pin but not the spring.
The gun has never been fired, other than what the factory has for testing. It is currenty at Taurus for repairs. Not sure I'll keep it after I get it back if this is their quality. I have 3 revolvers made by them with no problems but that's different from a pistol.
Questions & Answers
David, standard 1911 wood grips will fit no issue Sir. The hole to hole distance is the same as the Standard 1911 spec. Cheers and stay safe!See 1 more answer |
Rick, unfortunately no these are only adjustable for windage, not elevation. This uses Novak cut sights so they can easily be replaced and plenty of options to choose from. Hope this helps.See 1 more answer |
Q: is this a current generation model from taurus..
Taurus has a lifetime warranty.. so how adding buds lifetime plan benefit in this situation ? Thanks
Hello there sweets. Yes it is the current gen. If it comes with a lifetime warranty then buying a buds lifetime plan is not much of a worth, unless Taurus goes out of business then you won’t have any warranty. But that’s not happening. It’s kinda like buying extended warranty on a car...not worth it.See 2 more answers |
Lucas, no Sir. Currently Taurus only has Revolvers on the CA DOJ approved Roster : https://www.oag.ca.gov/firearms/certguns?make=TaurusSee 1 more answer |
This comes in a hard plastic case, owners manual, takedown tool, rear sight adjustment tool, warranty registration card (2) 8rd Magazines, cable lock, bore brush and plastic chamber block. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMlnj2OreCMSee 1 more answer |
Sorry, this one is only eligible for 90 day layaway where you put 20% down and pay the rest off in the remaining days. You can find the 180 day items if you look under Special DealsSee 2 more answers |
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