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1985 Taurus PT 92af fixed sight 9mm

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 357smallbore, Sep 7, 2022.

  1. 357smallbore

    357smallbore Member

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    opt_101953316_70986_5F406C945A07F105.jpeg Any thoughts on this ole classic?
    I love it. Love that it doesn't have a hammer drop on it. Shoots anything and never a malfunction. I use it as my EDC. I know... To big , to heavy. But I am proportionate for carrying this type of full size gun. It is a bit heavy, but I got use to it. Clothes I wear don't cause it to print either.
    I think Taurus hit a home run when they made this gun 37 years ago.
     
  2. GRIZ22

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    I have an adj sight PT99AF of the same Era.

    Kind of retired now but I did carry it as a duty pistol (plain clothes) for about 5 years. Always did its job.
     
  3. .455_Hunter

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    I would carry that every day before any typical trendy polystriker.
     
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    Mine is from the late 80's. it still functions perfectly.
     
  5. NIGHTLORD40K

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    Nice gun, OP. :thumbup:
    For a whi!e there, from about '84-2004 Taurus build quality was right on par with Beretta and Smith & Wesson.
    I wouldn't touch their new stuff with a long pole.:(
     
  6. Blkhrt13

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    My mom and son both have pt92 pistols. Comparing my moms newer one it seems not to be any different.
     
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    I have one and the 40sw version pt100. They been good to me. I have a 30 round mag for the 92. That is a hoot to run 30 rounds .
     
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