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Old Yesterday, 08:25 AM   #1
Join Date: June 6, 2013
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Taurus 905SS2 Revolver | 9mm

Anyone have one of these?

Looking to get one, my wife is interested in it.

I know i need to shoot one to get a feel of it, but would like to know what others think of it.

How is the recoil, what is a recommended bullet weight for best accuracy. Of, course what other 9mm revolvers are there to compare to? I am looking at the 905 because of its size and weight.


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Old Yesterday, 04:13 PM   #2
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It is a neat little gun built on the same size frame as their 38. I found the moon clips that come with the gun to be on the flimsy side.

While I like the 9mm in a revolver I think the 38 Special is a better choice as a wider variety of loads are available.
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