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Any feedback on the Taurus hammerless .357 revolvers?
Preferably in Titanium.

It seems that they would be an economical alternative to the Scandium Smith's.

Whats the feeling out there about this. ???
 

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Daughter-in-law has one in .38Special.

Nice piece. Decent trigger. Bit heavier than the aluminum frames.

Never handled one of the .357's.

Hope this helps a little.

Regards,

Pat
 

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I've got an all steel, 38 CH Taurus snubbie. About the only thing I'd worry about would be the recoil. My 38 kicks more than I thought a 38 would. I would think a 357 would be a real handful. If that's not a problem, the gun will do everything you want it to.
 

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I haven't tried the Taurus in anything but stainless and in titanium .38, but I did fire a cylinder full of .357s out of an S&W 386 PD, which has an aluminum frame and titanium cylinder.

Luckily the rounds I chose to fire were 125s; my buddy, who owned the gun, shot 158s and said it felt like someone rapping his hand with a 2x4. He sold the gun.
 
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