From our records of the period, this Taurus model 82 Heavy Barrel Nickel Revolver, serial number range 835000, was manufactured in mid to late 1979. If this revolver has been fired since it left International Distributors in Miami some time during that year, it has been fewer than 50 rounds. The underside of the frame top strap does not even have any carbon deposits in the forcing cone area; neither does the front cylinder face. This is a very attractive Taurus, one of the last of its configuration with serrated cylinder flutes, purplish tinted service trigger and hammer, and Brazilian Walnut Taurus Logo cut-checkered service Magna style grips. Action is characteristic for Tauruses from that period, a bit stiff and with a 6 pound single action trigger pull. Barrel is 4 inch Heavy Barrel, and finish is classic 1970s Taurus Nickel. We consider this 32 year old Taurus to be pristine and eminently collectable. As far as its history, it definitely would trace through Dave’s House of Guns in Dallas, marketed during the period when Bangor Punta owned both Taurus and Smith & Wesson, and it went without saying that dealers would not only deal Smith & Wesson Ammunition, Shotguns, Knives, and Leather Goods, but also Taurus Handguns if they ever hoped to receive any Smith & Wesson Revolvers. This Taurus most likely lay dormant in a Texas household until one of the Texas Department of Safety State Troopers took it off the original owner’s sorry-ass kids. We’re offering it for only $ 369.00. Not transferable to civilians in California, District of Colombia, or Massachusetts.
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