Description

In response to consumer demand, Taurus steps boldly into the full-frame striker-fired segment with the all-new G3 semi-auto 9mm pistol.

The G3 starts with a full-size polymer frame that incorporates several features intended to enhance comfort and utility. Most prominent are the aggressively stippled grip patches strategically placed along the front strap, side panels, and back strap. These patches provide a no-slip purchase in the critical areas beneath the shooter's palm and fingers yet are not so dominant as to be uncomfortable during extended range or competition sessions.

Also aiding in grip and optimal hand alignment is an ergonomically crafted palm swell with smooth contouring located high on the backstrap. This design effortlessly places the strong hand high and tight on the frame, eliminating gapping between the top of the shooter's hand and the back of the frame and promoting straight wrist alignment for more natural muzzle control.

Further assisting in comfortable, repeatable grip and hand alignment are thumb shelves on either side of the grip. The shelves help the shooter achieve a solid lock and fast grip orientation. They also place the index finger in position for a straight pull on the trigger.

The G3's ergonomics do not stop at the polymer frame. Smooth contouring along the slide blends with a slightly tapered slide profile to minimize bulk and to deliver comfortable operation when actuating the slide. To ensure a no-slip grip when chambering a cartridge or opening the slide for inspection, the G3 features generous front and rear machined serrations. For smooth holstering and to minimize clothing snags, the G3 has uniform beveling along the front of the slide and frame, and a steep contoured bevel along the back of the slide.

As a striker-fired pistol, the G3 utilizes a single-action firing system once a cartridge is chambered. What sets the G3 apart from competing models is its second-strike capability. In the event of a failure-to-fire condition, the shooter can reset and pull the trigger again to restrike the primer.

Firearm Specifications
Manufacturer: Taurus
Model: G3
Model Number: 1-G3941-15
Caliber: 9mm Luger
Barrel Length: 4"
Overall Length: 7.3"
Overall Height: 5.2"
Overall Width: 1.25"
Weight: 25 oz. (unloaded)
Grip Frame: Polymer
Firing System: Striker
Safety: Manual and Trigger Safety; Firing Pin Block
Front Sight: Fixed (White Dot)
Rear Sight: Drift Adjustable (White Dot)
Slide Material: Carbon Steel; Stainless Steel
Slide Finish: Matte Black
Magazine Capacity: 15 Rounds
Magazines Included: 2

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Preorder and Taurus....two words I've never seen together and never should!

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With the G2C already at 12 rds and a compact package, why go bigger for 3 rounds more and a slightly longer sight radius? Maybe if you have bigger hands, large frame to conceal bigger pistols? Seems like a duty size weapon, but no agency will ever adopt them...maybe Brazil...

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I wouldn't buy a Taurus if it was the last gun on the shelf. It is slightly better than Hi-point but still junk. Go to a gun store and pull the trigger on a Taurus and then pull the trigger on a VP9 or FNS9.

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Things you should never do at the gun counter ,dry firing a new pistol

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No shit.. It's a budget firearm.. You can't compare it to a vp9. You sound like an idiot.

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Yep...that is the best way to find the best gun. Go to the gun store and start pulling triggers...xD!

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The G2 is a solid gun in the $180 range. Despite Taurus' reputation, that particular gun has a good rep. There's no reason to think the G3 will be any different, given that it's just a scaled up G2. That being said, it faces far more competition in the $250 range, and I'm not sure it would be my first choice at that price point.

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Because this is essentially a G2 frame stretched out, I don't see this gun being at $250 for long, since as you said, it has got too much competition at that price point. I figure it will drop down to around $200 shipped by the holidays this year with maybe a $50 rebate to bring it to that price. Recall when the TX22 came out earlier this year, it hovered at around $300 for a few months and now can be had for around $190 after a $50 rebate.

I do hope they improved the trigger. If this one has a good trigger, like on the TX22, I'd be in for one.

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Double Post.

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The G2 is a solid gun in the $180 range. Despite Taurus' reputation, that particular gun has a good rep. There's no reason to think the G3 will be any different, given that it's just a scaled up G2. That being said, it faces far more competition in the $250 range, and I'm not sure it would be my first choice at that price point.

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I'm down! Take my money!

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