As the cost of centerfire ammunition continues to ascend, many gun owners will turn to the standby 22 LR round as a way to shoot economically, whether those pursuits include knocking over cans, punching holes in paper, or killing the occasional rodent. Of the many available guns chambered for the rimfire round, perhaps the easiest to load and shoot and enjoy is the revolver.
I am thinking about buying a 22lr revolver for plinking and to keep ammo cost down. I need your comments about the Taurus model 94, 4 inch blued barrel, 9 shot revolver. I like the looks and the feel plus adjustable sights but is the gun o.k or should I stay away and look elsewhere.
I just recently bought a S&W 638 for carry, however I need something to cheaply practice with and also introduce my wife to handguns. This gun will be shot alot. I like the idea(hiking,fishing,CC,etc) of the ultra-lite Taurus 94 2in., but wonder how it will hold up long term. My budget is the $300-350 range. I figured this would be a good gun to x-train my wife to the 638.