Taurus 905 Reviews

Taurus 905 Reviews

Taurus 905 Review

Taurus 905

Taurus 905 Review

January 30, 2018 by gun-tests.com

The 9mm is the most popular handgun cartridge in the world, in use with most military forces and LE agencies; in fact the FBI announced in 2014 that it is switching back to the 9mm after having used the 40 S&W since 1997. When we think snubnose revolvers, we typically think 38 Special, but since the mid-20th century, revolver manufacturers have been building short-barreled wheelguns chambered for 9mm semi-automatic pistol ammunition. In the past we tested two such 9mm Luger chamberings, an S&W Model 940 (C+) and Charter Arms Pitbull (A-). We noted then that 9mm compact semi-automatic pistols have an edge over 38 Special revolvers due to the semi-automatic’s higher round capacity, but in the revolver, the playing field between 38 Special and 9mm Luger is leveled, as far as round counts go.

Taurus 905 Review

Taurus 905

Taurus 905 Review

January 30, 2018 by gunsholstersandgear.com

For some odd reason, I have always been intrigued by the idea of a 9mm revolver. Sure, it does seem a little odd, but the concept is just one the resonates with me at an almost emotional level. So, when I got the chance to review the Taurus 905, I took it.

Taurus 905 Review

Taurus 905

Taurus 905 Review

January 30, 2018 by dailycaller.com

In today’s review, I take a look at the Taurus 905: a small frame 9mm revolver. A 9mm revolver may seem like an oxymoron. Revolvers don’t chamber 9mm cartridges, right? Well, the 905 does.