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Follow my Fish of 2014
For years, I wanted to buy my wife something to carry. In this day and age, you should have a gun within reach at all times, no exception.
I shopped and shopped for something that would be small enough to stick in a purse or a pocket and not be a hindrance, but also provide enough knockdown power. There were a lot of good options out there, but price was also an issue for me. I really wanted a Ruger LCP, and despite being an affordable gun, it was still out of my reach.
One day, I received a flyer from Gander Mountain saying they were selling these things for $199.99. I hadn't even considered Taurus because, frankly, I had heard that they were a cheaply made gun. But, after asking around, people had given me great reviews on them, based upon some changes they had made.
You can find info on Taurus' Site here:
|Finish: Blue Steel|
|Caliber: .380 ACP|
|Grips: Checkered Polymer|
|Capacity: 6 +1|
|Barrel Length: 2.84"|
|Front Sight: Fixed|
|Trigger Type: Smooth|
|Order #: 1-738031|
I went down and picked one up. I couldn't say no to a $200 pocket pistol.
- It features a 10.2 ounce weight and a 6+1 double stack.
- It fits in your front pocket. Literally. I have carried it tons of places, from weddings to family functions
- Price point
- Good fit and finish
- Long trigger pull
- This can throw accuracy off
- Loud...REAL loud
***Update*** I wasn't happy with the action or the accuracey, so I did some research and found out a few little tricks to make it better. Here is the post about Light Handgun Repair. It made all the difference and now it is a solid