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  • DadSmith

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    DadSmith

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    Route 45

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    Warning on this one. There's a reason that it's $299 with a $100 rebate. I handled one in a local gun shop a few weeks ago. To say the trigger is bad is a vast understatement. Like "design defect" bad. Went by the same shop yesterday, and it's still sitting there in the case for $249. I might buy it if they up the rebate to $249.

     

    DadSmith

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    Warning on this one. There's a reason that it's $299 with a $100 rebate. I handled one in a local gun shop a few weeks ago. To say the trigger is bad is a vast understatement. Like "design defect" bad. Went by the same shop yesterday, and it's still sitting there in the case for $249. I might buy it if they up the rebate to $249.

    Thanks for the warning.
    That's insane. I hope someone comes out with an aftermarket trigger.
     

    DadSmith

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    Let's see...

    $249 - $100 rebate = $149
    Aftermarket trigger = $150ish
    Total investment = $300ish

    Results = Obsolete 6+1 pocket 9mm with aftermarket parts

    What's a Taurus G3c or GX4 going for nowadays?
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    wtburnette

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    Warning on this one. There's a reason that it's $299 with a $100 rebate. I handled one in a local gun shop a few weeks ago. To say the trigger is bad is a vast understatement. Like "design defect" bad. Went by the same shop yesterday, and it's still sitting there in the case for $249. I might buy it if they up the rebate to $249.


    I don't know if the trigger is the same as in the original APX, but I didn't think it was that bad. Don't get me wrong, it's not good, but it's not design defect bad. Very spongy with a long reset, but to be honest I've felt worse triggers. I do agree that the gun itself is a poor choice, even at that price. When you can get guns like the P365 or Shield Plus that have the capacity for 10 or more rounds, a gun with anything under 10 rounds doesn't make a lot of sense, especially with a :poop: trigger.
     

    DadSmith

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    I don't know if the trigger is the same as in the original APX, but I didn't think it was that bad. Don't get me wrong, it's not good, but it's not design defect bad. Very spongy with a long reset, but to be honest I've felt worse triggers. I do agree that the gun itself is a poor choice, even at that price. When you can get guns like the P365 or Shield Plus that have the capacity for 10 or more rounds, a gun with anything under 10 rounds doesn't make a lot of sense, especially with a :poop: trigger.
    Never thought I'd see a Taurus recommendation over a Beretta.
    Shows that Taurus has stepped up it's quality.
     

    Destro

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    Warning on this one. There's a reason that it's $299 with a $100 rebate. I handled one in a local gun shop a few weeks ago. To say the trigger is bad is a vast understatement. Like "design defect" bad. Went by the same shop yesterday, and it's still sitting there in the case for $249. I might buy it if they up the rebate to $249.

    I've seen this as low is about $220 (Rural King I think?)

    I was going to go for it until I searched up some reviews. A sizeable amount of poor reviews that seem credible. I was tempted but passed. Even the gun rag magazines didn't have the greatest reviews and they never hate a gun.
     

    DadSmith

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    I've seen this as low is about $220 (Rural King I think?)

    I was going to go for it until I searched up some reviews. A sizeable amount of poor reviews that seem credible. I was tempted but passed. Even the gun rag magazines didn't have the greatest reviews and they never hate a gun.
    I was about to pull the trigger on the one I posted above as a gift gun. Thanks to @Route 45 I didn't.
     

    PRasko

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