The Most Badass Revolvers? Taurus’ Raging Hunter Lineup — SHOT Show 2023

Raging Hunter.

New from Taurus, the Raging Hunter .460 S&W Magnum with a 10.5-inch barrel. 

Is it heavy? Yes. Will it kill big animals? Yes. Is it compensating for something? Also, yes!

First-of-its-kind muzzle brake.

Noticeable right away is the Raging Hunter’s proprietary compensator, designed to reduce recoil and muzzle flip by an impressive 25%.

The Taurus Raging Hunter is a formidable handgun with its 10.5″ barrel, and like other .460 Magnums, it is able to chamber and fire both .454 Casull and .45 Colt rounds.

Top rail for optics, bottom rail for stabilizing options.

The 10.5-inch Raging Hunter .460 Magnum boasts a unique bottom rail for attaching bipods or shooting sticks, providing a stable platform.

The long barrel, compensator, and top-mounted Picatinny rail for optics make it possible for handgun hunters to reach greater ranges than ever before.

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Author firing Raging Hunter .460 S&W Magnum 10″.

But that’s not all from Taurus and the Raging Hunter…

Available in matte black and a two-tone finish.

The Raging Hunter is also now available in the powerful .500 S&W Magnum round!

With its familiar features and custom barrel ports to reduce recoil, this revolver is available in 5, 6.75, and 8-inch barrel lengths, and features a 5-round capacity. This 5-shot revolver is also available in .460 S&W Magnum.

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Dual lockup cylinder.

The Taurus Raging Hunter .460 S&W Magnum 10″ comes only in the two-tone color and is available now. MSRP $1,269.99

The Taurus Raging Hunter 500 S&W Magnum and 460 S&W Magnum are available in matte black or two-tone with different barrel length options. MSRP ranges from $1069.99-$1089.99

Find out more on all Taurus Raging Hunters HERE

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About the author: Crysta Jane is an avid concealed carry expert, outdoorswoman, and hunter. She loves all things shooting and guns but still makes time for her dogs and horses.

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  • Louis February 11, 2023, 6:05 pm

    Pretty revolvers for sure, I have never fired a .500 but a .460 yes. It was not as intimidating as I first thought. Nevertheless I won’t trade my 4.25in. 629 for any of these ; when I need something more powerful than that I usually take a long gun, but I also understand some could find these useful. Thank’s for sharing, Crysta

  • Ross Mischke February 7, 2023, 10:49 am

    Why keep trying to shove ‘roids down a handgun’s throat? What’s wrong with a long gun?

  • T-Road February 7, 2023, 10:44 am

    I’ve been shooting skeet with my 14″ barreled Contender for years. Lately I’ve been thinking about getting a Judge, just so I can do doubles. That might happen yet !

  • Mike in a Truck February 7, 2023, 9:20 am

    I do like that two tone.

  • justmemyselfandi February 7, 2023, 6:53 am

    i find Taurus to be a brand i don`t care for. their 9mm semi auto, felt like it would come apart when i shot it. also, , am not a fan of taurus,in general. if it was the only gun available, i`d love it.

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