There are a few reasons why Taurus handguns sell so well, however, the main reason? Affordability! Despite the company’s reputation for poor quality of guns produced over 30 years, current Taurus owners don’t complain. Read on to check out Cheaper Than Dirt!’s best selling Taurus pistols.
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