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Taurus 24/7 G2 Series, 40SW, 3.5", Blue, 15 Rnd

Taurus 24/7 G2 Series, 40SW, 3.5", Blue, 15 Rnd

Taurus 24/7 G2 Series, 40SW, 3.5", Blue, 15 Rnd

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Reviewed by 6 customer  
Shoots Tulammo, April 23, 2017
I bought one of these used because I was looking to round out my hand gun collection. I wanted to be able to say I had all the common calibers and this was only 250 bucks. I love the fact that it is a true double action/single action gun something that is rare in a striker hand gun. First box I put threw it was PMC 180 FMJ 50 rounds with out a hiccup. I then went and put 150 rounds of Tulammo threw it thinking if its going to jam this is going to do it. I did not clean or Lube it from the time I bought it until present. I did have some magazine follower sticking issues when I tried to use a speed loader. So if you push all the rounds in with your thumb and make sure they are seated correctly then you should not have any problems.
By F89 from Idaho
Great gun, September 10, 2015
I really don't know what VirtualWrecked from YouTube's issue was, but I bought a used Taurus 24/7 g2c about 2 months ago. I have taken it to the range many times putting almost 1500 rounds through it. In all of those rounds only twice did I have any issues, and those were because of cheap Walmart Winchester ammo. Out of the 500 rounds of Federal ammo I did not have a single malfunction of any kind.
By Mike M from Nixa, MO
Great Gun Don't Know Why It Has Only 2 Stars!!!, August 20, 2014
First would like to say I don't know how this has only A Two star rating... This Is a great firearm and would trust my life to it, Never Had a Jam or any problems with it.. Put over 1000 Rds through... Maybe people are getting Defective Handguns... But It has been a carry and will remain one... First of All its Accuracy is just as good as my glock and Smith and Wesson M&P... I give this Gun A 5 star Rating And would stick to...
By FLA85 from Broward County
NOT WORTH IT, November 10, 2013
First of all after shooting 40plus rounds the handgun jams. Even after cleaning handgun before going to range. Then after shooting another two more rounds the upper slide locks. A fellow shooter helps me out an taps the slide with palm of hand. I have never encountered this kind issue when shooting handguns. I called Taurus an they said it was the ammunition Im using. It happened both with 12 and 15 round magazines. Im not in my book that a handgun jams. Sold it an got a SigSauer. Much better handgun!!
By BestShot from San Anotnio
awsome weapon, July 17, 2013
I purchased this as a carry weapon. I got a great deal on a used one for $250. I've shot with it at least 3 times a month for about 8 months and its been a joy. Not 1 jam, misfire,failure to feed or ftl. I shot with cheap walmart ammo,good defense ammo and everything in the middle. It goes bang when you pull the trigger, is a 1/3rd the cost of a Sig or Glock, and performs as good if not better than any other 40 I've owned. Factoring in the price, there isn't a better option for carry or handgun ownership anywhere. Ive put over 1000 rds through it.
By mac from philly, pa
Buyer Beware, December 18, 2012
So I bought this because I wanted to give Taurus a shot. I have Glocks, Sigs, 1911's, you name it and I've probably owned the brand. The first 50 rounds I put through this straight from the box had at least 4 jams that I recollect, there could have been 1 or 2 more. I did purchase cheap Wal-Mart bulk ammo, Federal's value pack, and wrote it off on that. I also figured that since the gun was new it may need a "break-in period," which I think is BS anyway. Every other gun I've had has never had to be "broken in." So taking that into consideration I go back and buy PMC and two boxes of what I would carry in this particular gun, 180gr Winchester PDX1. No, this wasn't necessary but I really wanted to give this gun a fair chance. Out of the two 20 round boxes that I put through this particular firearm I had a total of 7 jams. Same thing with the PMC ammo, just a bit more jams. So I took into consideration, really trying to give this gun a fair review, and I let two of my buddies at the range shoot some mags. Both had jams, it's not just me. I call Taurus, they get my info, I ship it in. Three months later I receive the firearm back with a letter of what was fixed, etc. I was so pumped thinking that I had a lemon from Taurus and THOUGHT it was fixed. Well, guess what. I go to the range the following weekend and put another 250 rnds through it. Out of those 250 rounds I had a total of 8 jams. Now, while this jam ratio was lower than previous, it is still WAY too much for my liking. I call Taurus, they tell me I can send it back in for another "evaluation" of the handgun. I decline the offer and debate making a YouTube video of my completely thrashing the gun by doing severe torture tests and eventually blowing it up with tanarite. I unfortunately can't do that to a firearm, regardless of how crappy it is, and I just keep it in my safe, at the very bottom, where it can rot away and never be seen again. Yes, I could trade it in, but I have more respect for others that would purchase this after I sell it. I wouldn't want any knowledgeable buyer pick this up and carry for defensive carry, and be left with a jam on their second shot at the bad guy. It may be Taurus' Brazilian like, which this is, and it may just be Taurus in general. But I do know one thing: I will NOT be picking up another one of Taurus' handguns.
By VirtualWrecked from YouTube
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