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Re: FS Taurus 94 .22LR

good price!
This is a nice revolver. I sold mine for nearly $300 a year ago, and the only reason I parted with it was I already had two other .22 revolvers and a semi-auto also.
The finish on these is nice. Bright, polished stainless steel. Not dull brushed stainless steel.
Here's a pic of mine.
 

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Re: FS Taurus 94 .22LR

very nice!
 

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Re: FS Taurus 94 .22LR

spotco2 said:
I might be interested if you fix the rear sight.
If I did that, I would have to charger at least $50.00 more, seeing it will cost me around that to fix it. And it would not be untill after Christmas until I'd even think or have the money to do that. But, if it stays here unsold, I'll probably do just that, fix it,and raise the price to refect the value of it.
 

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Re: FS Taurus 94 .22LR(price lowered)

New price of only $175?
That's a deal.
If I know of anybody who could use a .22 plinker or hiker's companion for camping trips, etc, I'll let them know about this.

P.S. Y'all know that you don't really "need" to have that rear sight insert in place to use this gun, right?
You can still "aim" it like you'd aim a shotgun with a vent rib along the barrel and a bead at the muzzle for a front sight.
This revolver as-is should still be useful for plinking empty Coke cans, shooting snakes (either with solid bullets or with spreadshot or "rat shot" shotshells), and self-defense against dangerous humans or wild animals you may encounter while hiking, paddling, fishing, etc.

I'll bet I could take this revolver as-is right now and bounce tennis balls at 50 feet no problem.
 

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Re: FS Taurus 94 .22LR(price lowered)

gunsmoker said:
New price of only $175?
That's a deal.
If I know of anybody who could use a .22 plinker or hiker's companion for camping trips, etc, I'll let them know about this.

P.S. Y'all know that you don't really "need" to have that rear sight insert in place to use this gun, right?
You can still "aim" it like you'd aim a shotgun with a vent rib along the barrel and a bead at the muzzle for a front sight.
This revolver as-is should still be useful for plinking empty Coke cans, shooting snakes (either with solid bullets or with spreadshot or "rat shot" shotshells), and self-defense against dangerous humans or wild animals you may encounter while hiking, paddling, fishing, etc.

I'll bet I could take this revolver as-is right now and bounce tennis balls at 50 feet no problem.
Thanks for talking it up. It is a good revolver, it just that I am not a revolver kind of guy.
 
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