Gear: Taurus PT-92 AFS 9mm


Taurus PT-92 AFS 9mm

Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: 350-400
Average Rating:
(22 Votes)

9mm semi-auto, stainless with rails. LE high cap magazines.

Member Reviews

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    texassilenthero, Thu, 13 Sep 2007 04:41:35 UTC.
    1st review

    I know most people shrug off Taurus handguns for duty use, but I have used the P92 for about 4 years now, over 500 rounds put through it. I love the gun. I its smooth and well built. I have a rail mounted light attached. I just as good as a Beretta and has a lifetime warranty.

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    morgenwolf, Tue, 02 Oct 2007 20:30:58 UTC.

    I love my Taurus! I've been using it now for a few months and have put a lot of rounds through it on the range. No problems to this point. It was accurate right out of the box and I have no problems with grouping longer shots. I also love the high capacity mags that are available for it. 17+1 is very nice and the built in rail is outstanding for those of us who spend our time patroling when it is dark.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 08 Nov 2007 22:40:04 UTC.


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    jskinner_2033, Fri, 09 Nov 2007 11:03:07 UTC.

    A nice gun don't get me wrong but not suitable for me on patrol as a primary weapon maybe as a back up.

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    lpwalkerjr, Fri, 09 Nov 2007 19:11:00 UTC.

    I owned one of these weapons for several years using it as my back-up and off-duty weapon, and I was always impressed with how it performed. This pistol would always fire even when dirty, wet, or covered with mud. I couldn't jam it or cause a stovepipe even when I was trying. This really is a remakable sidearm. The great thing about a Taurus is that is comes with a lifetime guarantee. The manufacturer will repair or replace any defect free for the life of the weapon.

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    vutran, Sun, 11 Nov 2007 06:34:14 UTC.


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    Laseraim, Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:37:01 UTC.

    My first pistol......had accuracy problems when rapid fired.

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    lovelyprice02, Sat, 08 Dec 2007 20:25:01 UTC.

    This is for back up only.

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    bigwillie, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 16:27:55 UTC.

    I have the PT-99 I have been using it for 7 years for training and competion. I have probly put 11,000 rounds through it. The only problems that have come up with the weapon is the ajustible rear sight has 2 pins that shear/break. The front pin is the that allows the up and down swivel this 1 breaks about every 2k round, the second pin holds the spring under the sight and a plunger like thing that sets the sight in place broke at about the 8k mark, then the last pin that broke is on the inside of the weapon it broke at the 10k mark this pin somehow allows the slide to move(it is on the peice that the spring and rod are set against for the slide to move) I never had to pay to replace anything all the gunsmiths i have gone to just replaced the pins for free

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    tatkins, Wed, 09 Apr 2008 18:15:28 UTC.

    I recently purchased a new PT 92 (blued). I have young kids in my house. My duty weapon is a Glock 23 as you know it is not a young child safe weapon so I keep it at work in my locker. But my Taurus has a Safety and a built in lock. I feel better having this weapon at home for personal defense then the Glock. Both weapons are excellent but when you have young kids in the house safety comes first.

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    LKJ, Mon, 28 Apr 2008 23:55:37 UTC.

    I love the Tauras. Handles very well.

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    superdutylover, Sat, 03 May 2008 16:03:18 UTC.

    Owner of two models and neither one has failed. The oldest one is the one my father had and now in my collection. Late eighties pt92, only failures to feed could be trace to ammunition or bad mags. The newest model is a 2002 model. Both feed 115gr, 124gr, 147gr in standard and +p loads.

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    marlonc, Mon, 09 Jun 2008 22:53:13 UTC.

    This was the first handgun that I bought as a 21 year old stationed in Arizona. I loved this gun but I ended up having to sell it to pay bills. Last year I finally bought a new one. This Taurus is buttery smooth. It's almost as nice as my Sig.

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    rangerman50, Sat, 27 Dec 2008 14:38:19 UTC.

    My old PT-92 AF in blue is the most accurate handgun I've ever owned. Reliable and a lot of it's parts are drop in Beretta.

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    scotty2666, Fri, 27 Feb 2009 18:05:36 UTC.

    I have owned my PT92 since 91 and it shoots as well now as it did then. it is kinda heavy for a CC but for a home defense my wife can put it to use easily. I prefer the Shotty for home defense but the wife; well she dont have enough lead behind her to handle the Shotty. LOL the 9mm with Hydrashocks will put a hurtin on anyone!

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    Anonymous, Sun, 15 Mar 2009 23:39:45 UTC.


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    icecop54, Fri, 27 Mar 2009 21:58:18 UTC.

    I bought the Taurus PT-92 after carrying a government issue Beretta 92 for years. I had so much gear for the Beretta that I wanted to make use of it, and the Taurus was considerably cheaper (by several hundred dollars) than the Beretta. The Taurus PT-92 uses all the aftermarket gear fit for a Beretta 92, less magazines. It functions identically to the Beretta, except the saftey/decocker is mounted on the frame, vice slide, allowing the Taurus to be carried "cocked and locked". The Taurus is a workhorse handgun, not for the faint of heart. It's big, heavy, but will digest any loads you want to put in it. Easy disassembly/reassembly makes it easy to maintain. It's inherently accurate, I've punched 1" groups at 25 yards with mine. I've carried it for just about everything; work, play, hunting, and it's been the mainstay of my handgun armory for years and will be for years to come.

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    jplvaldosta, Sun, 24 May 2009 04:32:56 UTC.

    This is a beautiful, smooth action, and durable pistol. I owned a S&W Mod 59 for years, but always liked the Taurus, I recently purchased the PT-92 and am definitely in love.

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    gstyle78, Wed, 09 Dec 2009 00:24:26 UTC.

    This is the first automatic I ever touched, used, and owned. I cannot say anything negative about this sidearm. One of the smartest things Taurus ever did was to purchase the Beretta factory and along with the factory, include the designs for the M92. Taurus took a near-perfect design and pulled a miracle by improving on it. This is without a doubt one of THE most reliable, accurate, comfortable, imposing, and down-right perfect firearms on the market for your dollar. I have run every weight, style, and brand I can get my hands on through mine and have NEVER had a misfeed, jam, or AD!!?! To date, I have run well over 10,000 rounds through my PT92AF. Whenever I fire it, I feel like I am not shooting a gun, but pointing my finger. It instantly becomes a text book extension of my body. Phenominal sidearm. I spent a mere $290.00 new. Love it to pieces.

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    edsel09, Tue, 15 Dec 2009 01:52:25 UTC.

    Bought the stainless as a gun show special. Not fond of the brightness, but the after shooting 500-600 rds it's no longer an issue. A truly accurate 50yd pistol, totally shocked me. Would highly recommend.

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    kendsha, Sun, 14 Feb 2010 01:00:53 UTC.

    I love my PT 92 iv shot many hand guns but the PT92 that i bought is very very accurate iv shot coyotes at 85 yards and have never had a jam and probably shot close to 700 rounds throught it in about 2 years

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    MoparMan2011, Sat, 05 Mar 2011 14:57:05 UTC.

    I bought mine pre-owned from a gun show for $200, I have put about 1100 rounds down range since I have owned it, never had a jam, FTF, and only had two feed issues, due to a weak spring in one of the mags I received with the gun. Very accurate and smooth as butter. Best so far was 1.35" group of 5 at 25 yds, standing, free hand.
    It tears through just about any ammo you can feed it and asks for more.
    Just watch out if you get the extended mags, your cost of ammo will cripple your pocket book. Last week I burned throught 3 boxes in less then 20 min and dident even realize it, till I was like "WTF who stole my ammo".

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