Taurus Adds New Caliber to Raging Hunter Lineup

Taurus Adds New Caliber to Raging Hunter Lineup
Taurus Adds New Caliber to Raging Hunter Lineup

Miami, FL-(Ammoland.com)- Taurus, manufacturer of quality handguns for hunting, self-defense, and competition, is following up the recent introduction of the company's latest big-bore revolver, the Raging Hunter, with a new caliber. Originally released in .44 Magnum, the Raging Hunter is now available in .357 Magnum.

Winner of the 2018 American Hunter Handgun of the Year Golden Bullseye Award for its reliability, innovative design, and value, the Raging Hunter hits all the high marks handgun enthusiasts desire in a hunting revolver. Boasting a sleeved barrel construction, factory-tuned porting, and a gas-expansion chamber to reduce muzzle rise, the Raging Hunter is designed for quick follow-up shots for short- and mid-range big-game hunting. Ergonomics and shooter comfort come by way of the revolver's exceptional balance, lightweight barrel housing, and cushioned insert grips.

The new .357 Magnum Raging Hunter joins the .44 Magnum to give shooters another option in big-game handgun calibers. Available in three barrel lengths—8.375-, 6.25-, and 5.125-inch—the .357 Magnum Raging Hunter is a spurred hammer DA/SA revolver with a seven-round cylinder. The rear sight is fully adjustable for those who favor open-sight shooting, or an optic can be mounted to the integrated Picatinny rail. The Taurus Raging Hunter also comes in two frame colors—matte black or stainless. Both feature matte black barrels and cylinders.

All barrel lengths and color combinations of the new Raging Hunter .357 Magnum are available and currently shipping to dealers nationwide.

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Taurus Holdings, Inc. (“Taurus”) and its subsidiaries continues to evolve and produce revolutionary new products. In addition, new standards for quality and efficiency help deliver reliable and affordable guns to the market. Taurus is based in Miami, Florida. Taurus is owned by Taurus Armas, S.A. which is a publicly traded company based in Brazil. Taurus Armas S.A. manufactures a wide variety of consumer and industrial products that are distributed worldwide.
For additional information, visit www.taurususa.com.

  • 14 thoughts on “Taurus Adds New Caliber to Raging Hunter Lineup

    1. I had 17 HMR lever action by Taurus many years ago.
      It was recalled and Taurus let me replace it for free with the 627 tracker
      My trackers enjoyable to shoot never had problems with it.
      I won’t buy a raging bull 357 but I have to say that Taurus took care of me as far as customer service went. Not to say I have something against the raging bull I just don’t need one.

    2. First off, I despise that porting – surefire way to go dead if you actually hunt with these, and no need. That’s why I’ve had two Raging Bulls in .454 casull, but refuse to get a third (no non-ported option offered). Second, it otherwise looks like a nice design, with the built in rail. Would love to see a .45 colt or any chambering with no porting.

    3. It never ceases to amaze me the number of people who will read an article like this and then post “what’s the price?”. Are they expecting Taurus or Ammoland to reply? Are they so damned lazy they can’t Google it? It took me less than 60 seconds to find what one place was selling them for and nope, not listing it here, do your own work.

      I complain about MSRP not being listed but that’s different than asking a nameless entity “what’s the price?”.

    4. I would love to try the 357 with the 8.375 inch barrel to deer hunt with here in my home state of Virginia,what would be the msrp on that pistol.i all ready have your taurus model 66 with the 6 inch barrel and love it also,on it i have a simmons 4/32 pistol scope and the rubber grip for keeing my hand warm here in cold weather.my good friend who is a va state trooper talked im in to buyig my taurus pistol to deer hunt with him about 12 years ago and i just plan fell head over hill for pistol hunting deer.ive killed 13 deer in the last 12 years so far, were planing a hog hunt to go to Texas in a couple of mouths.it would be really. Great to have your new raging hunter in 357 with the 8.375 in barrel to take along with me and make my friend eat his heart out because he doesen’t have one.but were great life long friends and id just have to let him try it hunting just so he would have to buy one for hiself.please give me the msrp on the 357 with a 8.375 in barrel ok thanks for showing me beautiful pistols!?

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