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2 years 24 weeks ago, 4:56 PM

LLE

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This company is an importer, and one of its big brands is Tanfoglio, an Italian manufacturer of handguns and a few long guns. [Certainly not as well known as Beretta, for example].

If you have owned one of their handguns, or just fired one, how about giving us an opinion on whether it was well made, durable, accurate, and ergonomic.[and caliber/model name]

Thanks :^))

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2 years 24 weeks ago, 1:31 PM

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It was pretty decent. The only reason I don't have it anymore is because I have big hands. Great shooting little gun none the less. I actually wish I had kept it for novelty and some slight sentiment. Entire thing was metal save for the grips. As for accuracy it seemed ok but again with my hands their size, it was a bit awkward to hold

2 years 24 weeks ago, 9:57 PM

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Tangfolio witness 45

Well made, great 25' accuracy. No ftf. the 22 conversion wasnt that great but I paid 450 for the gun + 22 conversion. Eats my shitty 45 reloads for breakfast.

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2 years 23 weeks ago, 3:15 PM

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I have a 22

Single action made by tangfolio, I believe they come with a lifetime warranty. Which would be good in my case as the single action timing is messed up(and it's my fault). Someday I will have to check into shipping it back to them. Pretty good little shooter though. The safety is actually a little hinged piece that flips across between the hammer and the back of the cylinder frame, kind of odd.

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2 years 17 weeks ago, 4:17 PM

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Witness 45

I really like mine, feels real good in hands. Eats everything I put in eat without any issues. The only thing I don't like about it is the long trigger pull, but it is smooth all the way thru. I have and do recommend it.

2 years 16 weeks ago, 3:14 PM

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