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Taurus Tracker .44 Magnum

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by USBP1969, Oct 1, 2010.

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  1. USBP1969

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    Howdy,

    How do they hold up using heavy loads?

    Thanks,
    kw
     
  2. USBP1969

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    Trying again - To the top^^^
     
  3. Chuck Perry

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    I can't say I've heard anything on durability with these. I have read that they have a short cylinder, which limits bullet selection to 250 grains and under. I've played with them at the gun shops and they look like a neat piece. I always thought one of these with the 2" bbl would make a nice carry gun.
     
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    I have owned and shot the .44 Mag Tracker and mine was a very nice gun.

    That said , I do not believe in shooting heavy magnum loads through the smallest frame .44 magnum being made today. I considered mine as a .44 Special that I could shoot some .44 mag thru if I wanted to. If I was wanting a gun for heavy loads in the magnum, I would get a larger frame model.
     
  6. Fleetman

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    I have a 4" I purchased used...nice revolver and the ports help tame it down with 240 mag's. Specials are a dream to shoot and I too consider it more of a .44 Spl than a .44 mag. I've heard/read heavy mags are are not to be used, i.e. BB, Garret, etc.
     
  7. Lucky Derby

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    Don't know about durablility, but I would own one if it could be had without the ports.
     
  8. USBP1969

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    Thanks ya'll. - kw
     
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