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Taurus Model 94 22 S, L, LR, $300 (Grade: B+ 2014)

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The used Taurus was a natural pointer and felt good in hand, but the sights were lacking. It would make a good low-cost plinker.

Taurus Model 94 22 S, L, LR, $300 (Grade: B+ 2014)

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Pull Single
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Trigger Span Single

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The trigger was wide and smooth ó especially welcome with the 12-pound DA pull. The single-action trigger pull, 3.5 pounds, was better than the Ruger SP101ís.
The transfer bar in front of the firing pin is coming into its fully upright position here.
Note the front of the cylinder is chamfered to knock off that sharp edge. Also, thatís a lot of steel for the rimfire 22 round. It could be made of another material or trimmed down to save weight.
The ejector spewed out empties clear of the cylinder.

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