Taurus Model 444 Raging Bull .44 Magnum Stainless Revolver (6.5-inch Barrel)
- Model: 444SS6
- Finish: Stainless Steel
- Caliber: .44 MAG
- Grips: Soft Rubber
- UPC: 7-25327-32086-9
- Capacity: 6
- Weight: 53 oz
- Rate of Twist: 1:18.75”
- Barrel Length: 6-1/2”
- Height: 6.20”
- Porting: YES
- Frame: Large
- Width: 1.775”
- Action: DA/SA
- Front Sight: Patridge
- Grooves: 5
- Safety: Taurus Security System Transfer Bar
- Trigger Type: Smooth
- Order #: 2-444069
- Rear Sight: Adjustable
- Grooves Turn: Right
Taurus Model 444 Raging The Original Raging Bulls are still among America`s favorite hunting handguns.
These monsters also feature a crisp trigger break and smooth pull for accuracy, cushioned grips and factory porting to reduce.
Features of Taurus Model 444 Raging
One of Taurus’ most successful semiautomatic handguns has been its PT92, a model similar to Beretta’s model 92 line.
But with the addition of an ambidextrous frame safety, rather than the Beretta’s slide-mounted safety.
Taurus was originally known for manufacturing revolvers similar in design to those offered by Smith & Wesson. The company moved away from this realm by offering larger framed models such as the Raging Bull (.454 Casull) and Raging Hornet (.22 Hornet) revolvers as well as the Judge 5-shot revolvers (.410 bore and .45 Colt).
The most recent addition to the Taurus pistol lineup is a copy of the Colt 1911 .45 ACP pistol, the PT1911. This slightly redesigned and updated design offers many features.
Mary L. Fry –
I had a Colt Anaconda 44 magnum that I had to sell 20 years ago. Well they are now 2 grand. The Taurus makes me think why the Colt is that much. Great gun and with the great prices from Sportsman’s Outdoor Superstore. I’m very happy. You won’t be disappointed.
Gail C. Armentrout –
this revolver is a beast! very manageable recoil and a super smooth trigger. The looks of this brute alone would be enough to put the fear of god into a bad guy. People can say what they want about Taurus but I would put this 44mag up against the others that cost a lot more (I have those also)