Taurus Model 44 2-440049 44 Magnum

Slightly less accurate and slightly slower to target than the Smith M29, the Taurus nonetheless has a place in the field. If you expect your 44 Magnum to be a field gun subject to inclement weather, it’s an easy pick over the Model 29 in this head-to-head matchup.

The Taurus M44 brings many of the changes S&W decided were good for its guns. This genre of handgun tends to spend much of its working time in the outdoors, in inclement weather and in sweaty holsters, making stainless-steel construction preferable to blued carbon steel.
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