Hey Ryan==Try some injector cleaner in the tank. If it still does it, give it a good tune up. GoodluckJoe
Check with Taurus customer service through their website.
Taurus produced its first handgun, a 38 Special, in 1941 and began exporting its revolvers to the U.S. market in 1968. They are still making them.
Best left to a gunsmith
Contact Taurus Customer Service through their website. No published sn data.
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50-200 USD depending on condition.
50-200 USD depending on condition
Yes, but not on model 80
Tauros is in Route 38 and 39; it is uncommon to be found.
Between $50 of $350. Dpends on which model (there are several) and condition.
Depending on condition, 75-200 USD
Yes. Shooting a lot will accelerate wear on the gun, but occasional use is OK.
Anywhere from $50 to $300. It will depend on the model (there were seberal) and the condition. There is really not enough information to give you a better answer.
1989 was .042-.046 gap
100-300 USD depending on specifics
Depends on which model, and its condition. Sort of like what is a Ford automobile worth?
If the gun is laying on a table, grip down, barrel pointing to the right, look just below and to the right of the cylinder on the flat part of the frame. That is where it is on my .38 snubby Taurus.
Only the BATFE can run a trace solely on the serial number.
The Aerostar never had a 3.8 liter. It had a 4.0 or a 3.0. So maybe you need to improve the question.
Well... 38 as a decimal would be 38.0!
depends on the model and the condition. Could be anywhere from $100 to $300.
Value of ANY gun is based on make, model, condition. There is not enough information in your question to answer it.