936-295-5786 Facebook Twitter.com/AblesSporting BBB Accredited Business Seal

Buying Guns Online
Shipping & Returns
Return Form
Restricted Items
Contact Us
Premium Guns
Able's Gun Club
Employment Opportunities
Conditions of Use
Gun Specials
Ammo Specials
Able's Gunbroker Listings
Current Sales Ad
Sign up for our e-mail newsletter for
special offers, discount coupons and more.

Worthy Causes
   Boot Campaign
   Donate to Warrior and Family Support Center
   Halo For Freedom Warrior Foundation
Donations Put to Work
Gift Credit:   $0.00

Transfer Gift Credit

Info content that wraps to some degree
Forgot Password? Click here.

Home » Firearms » Pistols & Revolvers » Taurus Handguns » Reviews
Tuesday 30 May, 2017  

Taurus 608 Large Frame Revolver 2608089, 357 Magnum, 8 3/8", Soft Rubber Grip, Matte Stainless Finish, 8 Rd

Taurus 608 Large Frame Revolver 2608089, 357 Magnum, 8 3/8", Soft Rubber Grip, Matte Stainless Finish, 8 RdOut-of-Stock
(2 reviews) View all Reviews   /   Write a Review



Displaying 1 to 2 (of 2 reviews) Result Pages:  1 
5 of 5 Stars!
I have had one of these since 2003 and it has never failed me. Never jammed up or locked up on me. Love the dual action trigger. Had my local gunsmith take the trigger pull down from factory to 3 1/4 pounds and love it. Didn\'t really like the factory grips thou so I bought pacmayr grips and what a difference. I have put a Simmons scope on it. I have shot many brands of bullets threw it and never had a problem. It is my favorite handgun that I own...
c. m. Sunday 01 August, 2010
3 of 5 Stars!
Bought one brand new in 2003. Fit and finish is good. My only beef with the thing is that when firing it single-action, it will sometimes "lock up" between cylinders, meaning that the cylinder will partway advance to the next round. The trigger will become immobile. The hammer will be back. To clear the weapon is a dangerous exercise. The first time I had this happen to me, I did not know what was happening. I'm trying to figure out how to safely drop the hammer, and the gun fired. I knew enough to keep the muzzle pointed safely away from any bystanders and me, but it was still a shocker to have the gun fire. I think the trouble may lie in the thickness of the rim for the shells used. Can't remember if the brass ones work well or if the nickel-plated ones work well. I look closely and I see a thin sliver of light between one kind of case and even less between the other. I have not fired the gun in a long, long time. I see no reason to use a gun that is not 100% reliable...
c. s. Friday 25 December, 2009
Displaying 1 to 2 (of 2 reviews) Result Pages:  1 
Back Write Review
Similar Products - In Stock Now

Top Categories
Frequently Asked Questions
Privacy Policy
Conditions of Use
All Manufacturers
Buying Guns Online
Restricted Items
Shipping Policy
Return Policy
Donations Put to Work
Employment Opportunities
Contact Us