Monday, November 23, 2009

Taurus 738 Range Report

Myself and Kelly (Chevalier's Media Buyer) had a great girls day at range day last Saturday. We drove out to the Tri-County Gun Club in Sherwood, OR to test out the new Taurus Compact Pistol (TCP) .380. Weighing in at 10.2 ounces the TCP is Taurus' lightest firearm produced to date. The pistol holds 6+1 shots of .380 or 8+1 rounds with an extended magazine that will be introduced in 2010.

Kristin shoots the TCP.
Notice the slide stays back on the last round.
Great new feature.

Kelly and I shot about 100 rounds of Winchester .380 USA brand FMJ through the TCP. The gun performed flawlessly and we were impressed with the firearm's comfortable grip and easy to use fixed sights.

TCP holster comes standard.

The TCP comes standard with a custom nylon holster. This holster, developed in conjunction with Bulldog®, can be clipped to one’s pants or looped through a belt, and cleverly conceals the pistol by mimicking the style of modern PDA cases. It features two bottom holes for quick draw capabilities and the retention straps are magnetic, for quick draw, re-holstering and noise reduction. The TCP is sure to be a competitor in the pocket pistol marketplace. MSRP $336 - $352.

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