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Taurus TX22 Competition

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Mars5l, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. Mars5l

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  2. CraigC
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    That's cool!

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  3. ericuda

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    Definitely, I wonder if the upper would fit on a standard tx22 lower. Love to have one though.
     
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    Oooh! I've been eyeing the TX22 since it came out. If the price on this one is somewhat reasonable, it might actually push me to buy one.
     
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    I think the competition one would be worth looking into.
     
  8. mavracer

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    Yeah when there's people that can't even use a simple quote system it's a wonder we can manufacture anything more complicated than a hula hoop.
     
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    I really like my TX22. Paid $309 and think that was money well spent. Don't know if I'd pay an extra $250 or $300 but at a good price point I may be tempted. Add a sight to the deal and I'm afraid I'd be looking at a $800 .22lr. I don't think I'd do it. I do have a laser on my TX now but that may be as far as I'll go in that investment.

    Kudos to Taurus for the idea though.
     
  10. Mars5l

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    Well its listed on their site now, MSRP. $480. So $450 should be possible, probably less if these were normal times
     
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