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    Default Taurus 669

    What do you guys know about the Taurus 669? My uncle has a 4" blued with wood grips for sale. It's used but he says it's in really good condition $270 is his asking price but he may go a little lower for me.

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    Good gun for the money , I have a 689 . same gun but mine has a vent rib and stainless, I used to have another one also blue with a 6 inch. Anyhow I think the price is a bit high. Now I got mine years ago , maybe 10 to 12 yrs ago thereabouts , I think I paid about 225.00 for the blued one , I know prices go up but still I think it is kinda high.
    Last edited by WMG; August 8th, 2007 at 08:53 PM.

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    Default Re: Taurus 669

    Had one several years ago, but sold it when I bought a Taurus 627 Tracker. The only reason I sold it was to help finance the Tracker (which is a better gun, IMHO).

    The 669 was a nice gun...good shooter. Had a problem with the cylinder spinning (no lock up) which Taurus repaired with no problem and no cost to me. Mine was also stainless with the rib.
    $270 seems high, but since new gun prices have risen, used prices have risen too.
    So, if you like it, I suggest you buy it.

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    Default Re: Taurus 669

    I think I'd rather have a Ruger GP100 series. I hear good things about them plus I really like they way they look.

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    Default Re: Taurus 669

    got a 6" and a 4" - like 'em both. didnt pay near that much though.

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    Default Re: Taurus 669

    I have the 6" stainless. great hunting revolver.

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    we have one in stainless, 4" barrel

    it's an excellent piece, never any problems, shoots real good
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