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Is there more than 1 TRP model

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by george burns, Jul 12, 2014.

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  1. george burns

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    I saw 2 for sale by a fellow who had one market Tactical, and one Operator. Both had the TRP marking, the Operator had the extended rail, the tactical had no rail.
     
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    The standard TRP comes in Stainless or Armory Kote. The Operator (rail) comes only in Armory Kote.
     
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    IIRC the Operator also has a bull barrel vs the barrel bushing found on the standard TRP. Oh, and they tend to cost more.
     
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    Then there's also the Professional model. They sell for Wilson money.
     
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    Not really, if you order one and wait the 2 yrs it's only 2k. if you want it now, you will pay through the nose..
     
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    The full rail TRP Operator is a less common variant. Most of them are half-rail.
     
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    To build on what has already posted, the models are as follows as far as I know.

    TRP non rail (standard bushing)
    TRP "Operator" half rail (bull barrel)
    TRP "Operator" full rail (bull barrel)

    There is also a different line which is the "MC Operator".

    I own a non rail TRP and it's been great so far.
     
  9. george burns

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    So 1500 for the operator, and 1000 for the tactical are good prices on guns with 200 rounds through them? I have seen them on slickguns for $1295. But stores usually are in the 15-2000 range.
     
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    yes around me new the trp operator half rail is around 1700 new. I picked one up at a friends shop for 1500 new not too long ago and love it, I don't find the bushingless set up that much of a pain in the ass as most. I love the gun, enjoy it more than my thunder ranch special
     
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