Gun Report

Taurus PT 92 AF 92B-17 9mm Luger, $683 MSRP, Used $360

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The Taurus performed decently for the price, but we had reservations. We did not like the single malfunction. The previous owner had purchased Taiwan-made magazines, and these magazines, while appearing new, did not lock the pistol back on the last shot. Both used Taurus magazines did so. The trigger action was heavier than the CZ 75-type pistols. Accuracy was less than stellar, in fact, it was poor with some loads. For entry-level and recreational shooting, the pistol has merit. We believe that it is best to spend a little more money and get a much better handgun.

Taurus PT 92 AF 92B-17 9mm Luger, $683 MSRP, Used $360

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Trigger Span Single

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Fired off hand, the Taurus was controllable. There wasn’t much muzzle flip with the Taurus.
To disassemble the 92 AF, make sure the chamber is empty and remove the magazine. Press the disassembling latch release (arrow) and rotate the disassembling latch clockwise until it stops. Remove the slide-barrel assembly forward, the spring and recoil guide, and the barrel. Reassemble in opposite order — a simple process.

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