Taurus revolver identification

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Had it for a while. Didn't know what it was when I bought it. Still dont
Been told it's 80s, maybe 90s production.
From what I read it may be an 85 or a 605 model.
this is polished stainless version.
feels really good in the hand
 
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Looks like a model 85, are there numbers stamped in the yoke area? Swing open the cylinder and look near the frame, seems like my 85 ultralight is marked there but will have to look when I get home.
 

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Looks like a model 85, are there numbers stamped in the yoke area? Swing open the cylinder and look near the frame, seems like my 85 ultralight is marked there but will have to look when I get home.
Interesting. Never thought to look there.
 

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Thanks guys. Don't know my revolvers and older ones even less. Seems to be a desired model now that I've started digging. Looks like they don't make the "bright" version as Taurus calls it any longer. It feels really good in the hand. I have an older blued Rossi that's similar in grip shape, but it's not a very accurate gun. Taurus is a way better piece. Dad gave it to me so have to hang onto it(the Rossi)
 

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