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LMAO: new Taurus advertisement

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MachIVshooter, Oct 6, 2005.

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  1. MachIVshooter

    MachIVshooter Member

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    I nearly fell out of my chair when I read the new advertisment for the Taurus 24/7 Pro on then back cover of November 2005 G&A. The ad states that "The Taurus 24/7 Pro is the only pistol that automatically reverts to double action and with a simple trigger pull gives you a life saving double action try at firing a faulty cartridge"

    And all this time I was pretty darn sure that is how all traditional double action pistols work. :rolleyes:
     
  2. Old Fuff

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    Da' you think that someone should tell Walther ... :uhoh: :D
     
  3. Hardware

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    Sounds like somebody is letting the marketting people write copy without review by the technical folk.
     
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    hmmm... guess my Beretta was made by Taurus then... :rolleyes:
     
  5. MrTuffPaws

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    Considering they they advertise "polytraction girps" this does not surprise me.
     
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    I think their statement is a gig at quasi double action guns particularly like Glocks where there is no second strike.
     
  7. MudPuppy

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    But they say:

     
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