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Taurus 24/7


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I have one and I love it. I am suprised that I have not seen any at matches. It is very accurate and reliable. I was able to use an Uncle Mikes holster for it. I think is one that fits a Ruger. You will have to cross reference on their holster chart. I really love the sights on the gun. I would not bother messing with the trigger or anything else.

Mike

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They say the trigger is single action. Doesn't that bar it from Production?

Was there a pre "pro" 24/7 with DA or Glockoid trigger that got on the Production list?

What other use is a 9mm for IPSC?

I haven't torn one of these apart to see how they look inside. I assume they're "single action" in the same manner as the XD? That is, striker fired with the trigger releasing the striker rather than retracting the striker and then releasing it?

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From what I can peice together from the info on the website, the "Pro" trigger system isn't any more "single action" than an XD or similar gun..... it just has a dual mode trigger, that allows D/A shots to clear a malfunction (failure to fire). I think they use a poor choice of words to describe the short, light trigger pull in "S/A" mode. Once a round is chambered, the trigger sets back just alike a Glock or XD to a rearward postiton. I don't believe from the one I handled that if a round is chambered, the trigger CAN be released to D/A. Only if it fires and the round fails to go off, then you can give the trigger a full second D/A stroke, recocking the striker, to refire. I think :huh:

So is a gun that has the same basic mechanics in principal as already approved guns, like XD (S/A), Glock ("Safe Action") etc, with the added feature of a D/A malfunction fire mode really not going to be approved? This trigger isn't any lighter or better than a tuned Glock or XD.

For what its worth it seems all the Taurus polymer frame guns, including the 24/7, have this "Pro" trigger mode standard now.

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Hi Andrew,

The only gun that Taurus has provided info on for approval is the 24/7, they have not submitted any request to USPSA to have their 24/7 Pro considered for the Production

division. At this time, the 24/7 Pro is still under evaluation with IPSC as well.

Regards,

John Amidon

Director of NROI

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