Gun Report

Taurus M85CH ULT

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This is one of Taurus' best efforts to date. Snazzy, reliable and a lot of fun to shoot. But only use jacketed bullets of 130 grains or less to ensure reliability

Taurus M85CH ULT

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
Competition
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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Curiously, the ULT, left, had a hammer lock built in (arrow), but the blued Taurus 85CH did not.
Three round ports on each side of the ULT's front sight help reduce recoil. We think this little gun was built specifically around the 125-grain +P cartridge.
The powerful Fiocchi ammunition bullet pulled free of its crimp and bridged the gap at the forcing cone, causing reliability problems. In these very light titanium guns, the most dense part is the payload. When the gun recoils, the crimp can not hold heavy 158-grain bullets. Scuffing on the left side of the trigger means the action could be improved with some stone work, but leave that mainspring alone!

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