The makeover I gave my own Taurus has stirred some interest amongst our customers and we are starting to get requests to sort out and smarten up people’s revolvers.
Unfortunately, although resembling Smith & Wesson in their aesthetic, the Tauruses don’t have the same fit and finish as a Smith. I’ve come across quite a few that needed attention from brand new; even some that have been laid to one side because they just don’t work properly.
True, these guns have their idiosyncrasies. That horrible cylinder detent and spring that loves to work its way into the mechanism. Rough finishing inside the cylinder axis leading to ejection issues. Overly tight-fitting side-plates. Coarsely finished forcing cones. A closure mechanism that clogs after a couple of dozen rounds. And the nasty rubber grips that sting the web of your hand when firing.
But even at their current prices, the Tauruses are still a fraction of the cost of an actual converted Smith & Wesson, if you can find one at all. Made to work properly and given the love and attention they need, these revolvers can be great shooters.
That’s why I’m rolling out a service aimed specifically at these guns; to make them look and shoot better than when they left the factory.
All sorts of options are available to bring your gun the look and feel that you want. Matching rear extensions and ejector rods, a selection of hardwood or laminated grips, recrowning the muzzle and polishing the forcing cone. And not forgetting, polishing of the whole gun to a mirror shine.
Why not give your Taurus the makeover it deserves?
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