The Factory Folk at Taurus International in Sao Paulo and Miami write that their new 845 is the showcase of their 800 series pistols, derived from the successful Taurus OSS pistol designed for the U.S. Armed Forces. Responsive to popular demand, the 845 adds an external hammer. The 800 Series, then, is ready with Strike Two capability. If you have had a hard primer and the gun misfires, the 800 Series senses this and automatically gives the shooter instant Strike Two capability by resetting the trigger for automatic double action re-strike. No need to do anything else, simply pull the trigger. Murphy’s Law dictates that misfires will happen, even with nail-driving .45s. More than any other pistol, except perhaps the Ruger P-90 and the discontinued Smith & Wesson 4500s, this 845 Taurus is garbage-mouthed like its striker-fired mates, even if a person uses Steel Case Russian .45 ammo. This Taurus 845 borrows from several of its competitors, Glock for disassembly and polymer frame; Sig and FN for its hammer and slide configuration; and Beretta for its Magazine releases and frame mounted ambidextrous safety levers. Barrel is 4 inch Service Size Stainless; Construction polymer frame with steel slide, barrel, and parts; innovative two-piece guide rod for improved accuracy; easy operating disassembly levers; ambidextrous serrated safety levers and slide release; true ambidextrous magazine release with no switching required for Southpaws; .910 thin slide and 1.19 thin frame; dovetailed drift adjustable 3-dot configuration front and rear sights; total of two steel bodied magazines with 12 round .45 ACP capacity; overall length 7 3/4 inches from the muzzle to the rear of the frame strut; 6 inch height from the top of the rear sight to the end of the magazine finger rest; weight empty 32 ounces with center of gravity directly beneath the trigger. Each PT-845 is equipped with a total of three differently contoured Mainspring Housings; and the Taurus patented internal lock is located on the right side of the grip frame back strap, near the butt. Pistol comes with two keys. Similarly equipped pistols command prices upwards of $700.00 apiece. We’re offering the Taurus PT-845 in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each for only $ 419.00. Not transferable to civilian residents of California, District of Colombia, or Massachusetts.
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