Taurus Tracker .357 – Great for Killing People!

Filed in National by on April 26, 2018

The AR-15 hogs the spotlight with splashy mass murders in churches and schools, but a recent high profile murder/suicide is a timely reminder that if you are planning to kill someone, the Taurus Tracker .357 is also a great choice.

The Taurus Tracker family includes a full range of calibers and sizes to perfectly suit any murder. Extremely comfortable to fire and easy to control – the Tracker Series continues to grow in popularity among murders thanks to its high level of accuracy, rock-solid performance and near-indestructible construction. New: $700.00


Ed Note:

On Tuesday, April 24th Meredith Chapman was one of 28 people shot and killed in the United States. Hundreds more were injured, and hundreds more narrowly missed being injured or killed by someone with a gun. The numbers are staggering. They wash over us, and dull our outrage. And while a rightful amount of scorn is heaped on the NRA for facilitating American gun mayhem through legislation, I don’t think enough criticism is leveled at gun manufacturers and distributors who profit riding on this sea of blood.

To begin to help expose the malfeasance of the companies and people profiting from gun sales, I’ll be trying to highlight what guns were used in recent murders and how the murderer came into position of the weapons.

Doing my initial research into this, I can tell you that the AR-15 (and its many clones), the Smith & Wesson 9mm, and Glock 9mm, are going to be the superstar weapons of this feature. How did the killers come to posses these guns? Where I am able to find that information, the answer will most likely be “legally.”

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  1. Helen says:

    My Taurus is a used Brazilian made model and is under my pillow. Live in the suburbs in Hbg Pa. area. The Postal Driver was robbed before the pkgs were being mailed for Christmas last year at gun point. Pre Thanksgiving at gun point by 3 dudes. We have had robberies so this old (71) Democrat is licensed to carry. I invite the scammers who want my IRS payment to come on over to get it…

    Yea, we civilians need protection because when seconds count the cops are minutes away. If you live in a rural area the State Police may be an hour away.

  2. liberalgeek says:

    It’s important to remember that the reason that Helen believes she needs a gun is because the bad guys all have guns as well. We have been lead down this path by the NRA that wants everyone to have a gun in their hand and a backup in their waistband.

    The more guns that are in circulation, the more necessary a gun is for home protection. It’s a very successful scam.

  3. Alby says:

    The odds are better you’ll be killed if you have a gun than if you don’t. Do you really think you’ll be able to fight off three armed men by yourself? Oh, and don’t invite the grandchildren over.

  4. bamboozer says:

    So it seems the well equipped murderer now needs a pistol in addition to his modern murder rifle, hence the need for a Taurus Tracker. Noticed the NRA has backed away from their pathetic attempt to rebrand the AR-15 as a “modern hunting rifle”, believe it attracted scorn on the level of trying to rebrand the rich as “the job creators”. And that ain’t easy.

  5. RE Vanella says:

    Under my pillow is the big tell. Fetishist. Onanistic and bizarre.

  6. Jason330 says:

    Yeah. Helen is already doing the most important thing she could do to protect herself from violent crime – be white.

    To throw that advantage away so cavalierly and dramatically increase your risk of being shot seems self-indulgent.

  7. Alby says:

    Have pity. Fear does not make a person think more logically.

  8. RE Vanella says:

    Self-indulgent. That’s it exactly. Some people probably had to look up “onanistic”. (Present company excluded.)

  9. spktruth says:

    Fear is the NRA’s #1 selling point, and its so easy for folks like Helen.