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Rugged and durable, the Taurus Tracker Revolver with Adjustable Sights provides great protection for outdoorsmen who enjoy spending time in areas with bears and other big predators. This rock solid, accurate revolver features factory tuned porting with gas expansion chamber at the end of its 4'' barrel to reduce recoil to comfortable levels. Durable stainless steel frame and cylinder. Low mount adjustable sights. Taurus' exclusive Ribber Grip overlay provides a comfortable, customized feel for every user and every hand size. Locking Taurus Security System and transfer bar safety for extra peace of mind.
If you can handle a piece this type and conceal it well, then I personally see no problem. For concealent many carry something smaller for easy concealment. Watch The Tournament movie with Ving Rhames, he carries a Taurus Model .44 in it, blued. Beautiful piece. Just trying to be helpful, not a gun pro here, hope this helps.
This thing would really make a good collection peice as well as a good home defence gun, due to it ease of use and reliability. Now for concealed carry, I don't believe it would be suitable. First factor is model 8", 5", or 3" barrel. The 5" in my opinion is alittle to big, where as the 3" is small enough for a woman to carry concealed because women in general have smaller body frames then men. Now the 44. mag is more than enough stopping power for men and women. The 44. mag might be alittle strong for a woman and some men, unless she or he has trained with that round or is an experienced shooter. Other than that, if your looking for a concealed carry gun, there are the tried-and-true glock line up, example glock 26. So for home protection and a collectors peice, I would say get it. Now for concealed carry, depending on the carriers body size I would say don't. Hope this answered your question.
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