Brazilian gun maker, Taurus, furnished one of its limited run 10th Anniversary Judge revolvers for auction on Gunbroker.com with all proceeds benefiting the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action.
The largest weapons manufacturer in Latin America was charged with selling guns to a known Yemeni arms trafficker who funneled them into his nation’s civil war.
Officers learned a woman was threatened by a male with a silver handgun and a woman with a pink pistol, which was subsequently found locked and loaded.
Marquita Turner said when she saw the man in her house the only thing she could think of was harming him before he harmed her.
The settlement provides two options for Taurus pistol owners: repair the gun and get a new warranty, or exchange the gun for a $200 cash payment.
A 35-year old Kansas man plead guilty in federal court Monday following his arrest last year in connection with a number guns intercepted in Ireland, England, Scotland and Australia.
A Michigan man says his Taurus Tracker revolver loaded with Remington-brand .41 Magnum ammo blew up in his hands in September 2013. The suit alleges neither the gun nor ammo met industry standards.
A class action lawsuit, seeking $5 million, has been brought against Century Arms. The civil suit claim the company produced a series of rifles with a defective safety and hasn’t tried to recall it.
The final approval hearing to settle a class action suit against Taurus International has been postponed, pushing the inevitable recall of defective handguns by at least six months.
After settling a $30 million class action suit over a defective handgun, Taurus’s CEO said the agreement is a step to rebuild the brand’s credibility.