Nice looking couple of revolvers in the great .32 calibers.
Very nice revolver in a versatile caliber.
I go for the .38 Special as it does all I need a round to do.
I came up on revolvers that are .38 Special and are either Taurus or Rugers.
Started out with revolvers, have pistols, but still shoot the revolver better than the semi-auto.
I am a fan of the .32s.
Here's the reasoning. Need a round for defense? The Federal 327 and .32H&R magnum cover that. Need a field cartridge?...
That is a fine looking H&R you have there. Have fun with it.
Carry one Taurus PT732 in a Bulldog holster on the right hand side and another PT732 in a pocket holster on the left hand side.
The Tracker series equivalent is the 992. I do not have any experience with it, but my Tracker in 990s and 991 (in .22wrm) are accurate.Actually I...
I have one of the older 327 models and shoot just .32 H&R magnum ammo out of it. There is less muzzle blast, noise, and better shot to shot...
I've got a Taurus PT25 with 10 rounds of .25ACP in the gun. Not a bad little gun.
I own two 856s. Both trigger pulls are just fine for me. I shoot nothing but standard loads through them.
I am going to list mine without pics.
Taurus PLY22s-2 of them
Taurus PT732-two of them
Taurus 850 snub
Taurus 856- two...
The first gun ever was a Taurus 669 in .357 magnum.
Sounds like a good deal. Jump on it.
I carry a Taurus PT732 with a PT22 as a back up.
I am going to try an experiment with Browning BPR rimfire ammo with my TX22 and see if it works.
I own two PLYs. Both are reliable with CCI Mini-mags and Remington Golden bullets.
I also have experience with the PT-22 and fine them to be a...
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