Taurus 692 Tracker: .357, .38sp and 9mm. Issues at the range or flawless?

Taurus 692 Tracker: .357, .38sp and 9mm. Issues at the range or flawless?

We have tried the G-series of Semi Auto offerings from Taurus, but what about the revolver selection?

Revolvers tend to draw a specific audience that enjoys the old school look/feel surrounding a revolving cylinder that leaves a plume of smoke in its tracks. Our findings were much the same and revealed a new passion for revolvers!

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  1. RB M on March 15, 2023 at 2:50 am

    You need a DOPE card for your sights to switch back and forth. Haha.

  2. Chris Snider on March 15, 2023 at 2:56 am

    The adrenaline got the boy. This is my first video of the two of you. I enjoyed it so I subscribed.

  3. Steven & Jackie Kuhn on March 15, 2023 at 3:01 am

    I’m curious why you think you need to adjust your sight depending on the caliber you’re using?

  4. cliff houser on March 15, 2023 at 3:11 am

    It took me 2 years to find a 692. I paid $800 for a pre owned one that I found at a gun show.

  5. Gio Dood on March 15, 2023 at 3:11 am

    Not Many range shooting videos on 692 tracker 3 inch, Glad to see two perspectives on it! Getting this shipped to me in the following weeks, super excited 😆

  6. Waterhead 1 on March 15, 2023 at 3:17 am

    I’m not a big revolver guy but have 2 . I’ve noticed you pull the hammer back a little and free spin the Cylinder I can’t do that with my 686+ just wondering how

  7. Joe Gilbert on March 15, 2023 at 3:21 am

    Nice review! I would like a 692 but cannot find one in stock. I would carry with the 9mm.

  8. AS3 SXP on March 15, 2023 at 3:23 am

    I had the same issue with my 627 Tracker. The little orange sticker came off after…barely 50 rds maybe. Other than that I love it. I just used a little white and then a little bright orange nail polish from my wife’s collection to "fix" the front sight.

    Still haven’t taken it back out yet though to see how long the nail polish lasts.

  9. Bob Johnson on March 15, 2023 at 3:25 am

    Did you JUST shoot a 44 mag? His arm looks exhausted.

  10. Steven & Jackie Kuhn on March 15, 2023 at 3:25 am

    And if you were shooting silhouettes you’d be able to make more informed adjustments.

  11. Bob Johnson on March 15, 2023 at 3:26 am

    I bought mine when they first came out. It runs flawlessly.

    Fantastic gun

  12. Ed Davis on March 15, 2023 at 3:27 am

    I will take your brass that you just keep dropping. 😮

  13. Herman Mariano on March 15, 2023 at 3:31 am

    I have a 692 and have fired it during break in period and very satisfied with it. The 357 rounds were very manageable that made me consider this as my next edc.

  14. Affordable Armory on March 15, 2023 at 3:32 am

    Thank you for the click-baity title and the waste of 26 minutes of my life. How can you talk so much without ever saying anything?

  15. R3DRUM MURD3R on March 15, 2023 at 3:39 am

    Oh boy shooting single-handed hit 4 times mystery better shot than his pops

  16. Doug Mac on March 15, 2023 at 3:39 am

    I have had nothing but great experiences with my Taurus revolvers. My first EDC revolver was a Taurus 85CH DAO 357. I never shot 357s through it. My thoughts were this gun is so light and so small that if I fired full power 158 grain 357 in it, I would probably spend 15-20 minutes trying to find where it landed when it flew from my hands. But with Winchester 125 JHP 38 SPL +Ps, it wasn’t really that bad. That was about 20 years ago and since then I have added a 6" 357, a 4" 22LR/22WMR Tracker, a pistol that Taurus called the CIA. That’s the Carry It Anywhere gun. It is a stainless copy of the S&W 38/638 Bodyguard with a shrouded hammer. The theory being that you could cock the little tiny nub of a hammer if you wanted to take a shot single action. The reality is it takes so much effort to cock that nub of a hammer, that anybody you wanted to shoot would have expired from boredom before you could shoot him. Then I added 2, 454 Casulls to the accumulation of Taurus revolvers a 3" Raging Judge in 410,454,45 and a 8 3/8" Raging Bull. I will tell you that compared to a 6 1/2" S&W model 29 with full power 44 magnums, either Taurus 454 is a joy to shoot. The last revolver from Taurus in my collection is a 2", 7 shot Titanium 357. I fired one cylinder full of I think it was Remington brand 158 grain JHP through that little Titanium terror just to validate my man card. Well let me tell you before I do that again I will learn to walk in heels and vote the straight Democrat ticket. That sucker was not fun. Truthfully the triggers and the finish on my Smiths may be better than on my Taurus revolvers, but dollar for dollar I think you will be hard pressed to find better value than Taurus revolvers.

  17. DanTheWolfman on March 15, 2023 at 3:42 am

    My 692 vids have done great and still doing good! I put the NEW Rossi RP63 6-shot 3" Perfect Carry Sized .357 Magnum through it’s Paces! https://youtu.be/DM7RUKZ0Kj0 thorough Range Review different HOT Ammo CCW Drills 3 Photo Real Attackers, Bill Drills, 25 yards etc. Please check it out!

  18. Buff Largo on March 15, 2023 at 3:44 am

    That’s a nice revolver.

  19. Jeff Paul on March 15, 2023 at 3:47 am

    man suck it up fellas! I love shooting my smith 69 with 2.75 inch barrel in 44 mag! in fact first time i shot it i had to clint eastwood it with 1 hand my off hand since my strong hand was in a cast! hit my 10 yard target every time. what a sweet gun!!! the only thing i was able to buy with my dearly departed dads money that was left to me. about 1 grand!!!!!

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