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Taurus revolvers began in 1941 with the production of their first .38 special revolver. They were imported into the United States starting in 1968, presenting a very affordable revolver.
In 1971, the Bangor Punta Corporation owned both Smith & Wesson and Taurus. This allowed the two companies to share revolver design information. This is why Taurus and Smith & Wesson revolvers share a multitude of design features.
Taurus produces 12 different lines of revolvers that vary greatly. Their revolvers include concealed carry in standard and ultra-light models as well as revolvers for duty use and even heavy magnums for hunting. Taurus has made a number of innovations and has never been afraid to experiment with new design features.
The Taurus Judge, Taurus .740 Slim, PT 24/7, PT 1911, and Raging Bull have all won the Golden Bullseye award from the National Rifle Association
Taurus produces revolvers in nearly every mainstream revolver caliber from the small .17 HMR to the massive .454 Casull
Taurus is one of the few companies to produce a revolver with heavy use of polymer in its design
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