Re: Taurus M94 Transfer Bar Broke
older taurus firearms seem to have had decent quality,,(as in older then 10yrs) in the last 7yrs have had 11 taurus revovlers brought to me by friends and their friends that had VERY gritty trigger pulls. when opened they were FULL of machineing chips !!!??? dont know how they were even assembled with all the crap in them !!!! and had a couple that the sear engagement area was sooo off of square it surprised me they even worked.
if i remember had several that i told the owners to return cause i wouldnt touch them with all the probs they had. all but 2 of the ones full of machineing chips were fine after cleaning and stoneing the actions.....
so which was cheaper $450 for a gun that needed repair out of the box and the down time and agravation,,,, or $550 for a gun that was able to be used out of the box with no problems or down time ?????
not trying to belittle anyone or the manufacterer but ,,,,,
also only 3 of my guns were purchased new,,, and allll the others with mostly just cleaning or a very inexpensive parts replacement have been excellent shooters,,,, maybe not as shiney as a new gun,, but perfectly capable of doing the job