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    Default Re: Taurus G2C

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    I wont recommend the 2.0, the Glock or the Sig since they are all over double the price of the g2c.
    My 2.0 shield was $300 shipped, which is about ~$70 more than what I've been G2Cs go for, more or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grGuns View Post
    My 2.0 shield was $300 shipped, which is about ~$70 more than what I've been G2Cs go for, more or less.
    Iíve never seen a 2.0 that cheap. The G2C is $175 after rebate which is around $200.00-$225.00 new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    I’ve never seen a 2.0 that cheap. The G2C is $175 after rebate which is around $200.00-$225.00 new.
    and mine was $154.00 after rebate

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    and I'm not recommending this over anything out there.. anytime I recommend something whether Glock ,sig or S&W Chevy or Ford they will find a way to get the lemon

    all I'm saying so far so good, only time will tell..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    I’ve never seen a 2.0 that cheap. The G2C is $175 after rebate which is around $200.00-$225.00 new.
    It was a black friday weekend deal

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    Love my G2C. Paid $190 out the door. Shoots well, accurate once I adjusted the sights. Worth every penny.
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    I had a G2C for about a year. From my perspective it is a good gun for the price. The ergonomics were very good. Mine functioned flawlessly during the time I put over 1,000 rounds through it. It never impressed me as a 'fine' gun when it comes to quality of manufacture but 'fine' relates to finish not form ot function. As a CCW. EDC gun it if more than adequate. The magazine capacity is reassuring when compared to a single stack 9mm for most people.

    So why did I replace it with a Walther PPS M2? First, I I like the ergonomics better, and ergos are important to me and my accuracy. Second, the build quality of the PPS M2 is better, and since t 77 I do not expect to be buying another EDC gun I wanted one that had excellent build quality. Third, having done two tours in Nam with a M1911 as my primary weapon i had not issue with only 7 rounds in the magazine, and that slims the gun down to make it easier to conceal. As a very trim man with a 33 inch waist slimmer is better for me. The reason I did not get a Shield is because the M2 seemed to get the best in most comparative reviews.The G2C 9s an excellent, reliable, economical gun.
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    I just bought one last week. After running 200 rounds through it with 3 FTFs in the first two mags to ever be shot out of it, it smoothed out and impressed the hell out of me. It is a very nice, affordable handgun. It is very comfortable to shoot. For the price, it is astounding!

    With that said, I did just get a Glock 43X on Monday, which will.replace the Taurus most likely, provided that it shoots well. I haven't had time to shoot it yet. It is identical in size to the Taurus, but a single stack Glock is what I've wanted for a loooong time. If it weren't for finding the Glock, the Taurus would be my new carry pistol. I just don't need both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandcut View Post
    I just bought one last week. After running 200 rounds through it with 3 FTFs in the first two mags to ever be shot out of it, it smoothed out and impressed the hell out of me. It is a very nice, affordable handgun. It is very comfortable to shoot. For the price, it is astounding!

    With that said, I did just get a Glock 43X on Monday, which will.replace the Taurus most likely, provided that it shoots well. I haven't had time to shoot it yet. It is identical in size to the Taurus, but a single stack Glock is what I've wanted for a loooong time. If it weren't for finding the Glock, the Taurus would be my new carry pistol. I just don't need both.
    Congrats on the 43 X is it the black slide version ? How much for your G2C ? You know I am always a buyer .

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    I paid $175 for my G2C brand new and have put close to 3000 flawless rds through it. It eats every brand and style of 9mm ammo i feed it. I am not a Taurus cheerleader by any means but this gun just works & works extremely well. Its made well, quite accurate and has a decent trigger.

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