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Old August 2, 2012, 09:53 PM   #32
pete2
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I would want to run 100 rounds thru it before buying it. They work about 50% of the time. If you get a good on it's good, if not it's still yours. I sold guns for about 4 yrs. We had a lot of them brought back due to problems. Taurus will repair them under warranty but who likes new guns that don't work? I have a Rossi that's never missed a lick, shoots good as a Smith but I don't shoot it very much, I've seen too many Rossi's that are loosey goosey after a few miles. I wouldn't expect it to hold up under a lot of shooting. Stay with Ruger or S&W.
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