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Game changing design. Awe-inspiring aesthetics. Countless color combinations.

Introducing the Taurus SPECTRUM™—a groundbreaking new micro-pistol that completely reimagines the concealed carry experience. Delivering better comfort, better responsiveness and better control.

Features
Ergonomics
Slide Racking Bridging design with ergonomics, the Taurus SPECTRUM™ is a truly exceptional blend of comfort and functionality.
Enhanced grip design Unique contours enable the hand to naturally conform to the firearm—providing a more secure grip.
Extended magazine Ergonomically contoured to fit your hand. Provides a natural point of aim and a confident user experience.
Soft edges Allow the gun to be quickly drawn and with no snag points.
Reversible magazine release Adds greater versatility for right- or left-handed shooters.

Recoil Management
Soft-touch proprietary polymers are used to improve grip retention in wet or dry conditions—providing a stable, firm grip and maximizing comfort.

Slide Racking
Traditional slide serrations are replaced with a stylish design that allows the fingers to engage indentations on the slide.
Provides positive contact points for enhanced traction—minimizing short strokes while racking and enhancing safety.
Soft-touch material enhances traction and creates a comfortable manipulation when chambering a round.

Trigger
Safe, long and smooth 7-9 pound trigger offers the crisp release common to a striker-fired system.
Unique to Taurus, this true double-action only trigger system features a non-energized striker with no pre-cock or pre-load applied—ensuring no contact between the sear and striker.
For additional safety, the Taurus SPECTRUM™ comes equipped with a striker block providing peace of mind for everyday carry.

Take down
Keeping safety in mind, the trigger does not have to be pulled to disassemble the gun. Take down requires only one turn on the take down pin separating the slide assembly from the frame.

Specifications
Caliber .380 Auto
Finish Various Colors
Firing System Striker
Trigger Pull 7-9 lbs.
Sights (Front) Integrated Low Profile
Slide Material Carbon Steel
Overall Length 5.40"
Overall Height 3.82"
Mag Release Reversible
Magazines Included 2
Package Size 10" x 6" x 1.75"
Capacity 6 RDS / 7 RDS
Grip Soft-Touch Overmold
Action Type DAO
Safety Internal
Sights (Rear) Integrated Low Profile
Slide Finish Black Melonite or Matte Stainless
Overall Width 0.89"
Barrel Length 2.8"
Weight (Unloaded) 10 oz.
Accessories Cable Lock
Package Weight 1.0 lbs.
SKU#: TRS-1007031101

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This gun is US engineered and made. I want one.

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Nice!!

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Handled one on . Slide grips are weird shaped, slick, and hard to grip. Trigger pull feels really bad- very long and gritty. Slide lock is nearly useless. It is sharp and you can't use it even with a loaded mag. This compares favorably to the Gen 1 Ruger LCP, but the Gen2 LCP, LCP2, or even Keltec P3AT are better choices.

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They took to long to bring it to market, I picked up one of the 738's dirt cheap and love it.. thing feels like a toy.. loaded with speer gold dots it's like 12.5oz (iirc)

I don't need more than one pocket .380

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Looks cool, I have the previous version tcp 238 it goes bang all the time. Also own a Taurus PT 911 stainless which is as good as any CZ, SiG in the +$200 range more than what I paid for the Taurus 911at the price range I paid ($300) there is no equal unless you are willing to pay $500+ for a 9MM. I guess haters will hate!

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I don't know about that. I had the TCP and I was nowhere near as accurate with it as I am with my LCP. It also seemed snappier. It was super small and a good price but I thought the LCP was better hands down. I also have a PT 911. It is definitely a fantastic gun for the money, but I don't think it is as good as my CZs, Walthers, etc. mainly because the trigger is sub par compared to the others.

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Taurus Rectum 380 acp. Comes with it's own UPS call tag in the box so you can ship it back for repair right away to save time.

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What needs repaired? Having problems with yours?

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Mine went in for extractor issues. Couldnt get .ore than 2 shots off without a jam.
Really want to like it and would have bought another

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Because they would if been cheaper in Hillary hell....

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Here's my 2 cents on Taurus. Yes I've owned many and still do.* If *you get a good one, you're good to go. If you get a problem gun from them... be prepared for lots of frustrations and wasted time. My time is valuable to me, so I no longer buy Taurus products.

If they ever get their act together in their QC/CS departments they could be a player in the USA market.

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I whole heartedly agree with your comments, I sent a gun back to them to fix a problem with my 66 rear adjustable sights. Taurus recrowned my barrel and tapped the front sight over. I could not hit the broad side of a barn. 7 years later. I do some research and self diagnose rear sight problems and buy a 60$ r_sight. Won't own another Taurus, but totally think guns and bullets are too expensive in Trump World

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I have liked my 3 Tauruses, now do I need another?

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Absolutely NOT

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Absolutely!

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I too am of the opinion Taurus is garbage but know for a fact their customer and service repair record is dismal.

What caught my eye however is that the gun is stamped "Miami, FL". Is this a new factory (first of its kind) for Taurus in the states or has it been subcontracted?

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A few of their guns are made in miami, no it's not sub'ed out they have their own mfg base there.

I think the pt22, pt25, and 738 tcp is made there, I'd assume the specturm is as well.. I don't remember all the in's and outs but it's harder to import small guns into the country, same reason glock for a long time didn't offer a .380 in the US

if you make it in the states you avoid a lot of legal hurtles.

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I will never judge until I own. Have had some Taurus pistols I have not liked however the pt111g2 is one I have kept. One of my favorite smaller sized 9mm. Would I take it over my px4 storm or glock 19 , NO. But will say my little pt111g2 has about 600 rounds through it with no issues.

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Our PT111G2 is also issue-free after at least as many rounds as yourself.
Wife now has a PX4 Compact, so the 111 is been taking a break.
The Spectrum looks ~interesting~, if a person is into pocket 380's,,, (Not my cup o tea no matter who makes it)
The 'skittles' comment in the video is probably dead on,,,, Some folks will find that feature attractive,,, (I believe I'll pass on the 'skittles')

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“Safe, long and smooth 7-9 pound trigger“
Are there any 380 manufacturers that trust owners to use a suitable holster, maintain possession of their weapon, and control their index finger?

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Nice looking. But the 380 ship sailed back when the LCP became cheap.

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They had my TCP for over 6 months, then they told me they couldn't fix it, shipped me a brand new TCP, new TCP is a jamomatic and has slide release problem.

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This gun seems interesting. I'm going to wait till its been out a year or two. Give it time for prices to drop, reviews to come out, and any updates/revisions to be applied to the gun. Curious, how the DAO trigger is on this and if the gun in general feels solid or cheap. I have a Remington RM380 and am pretty happy with it but if I find something that is DAO, is a couple ounces lighters, thinner, and feels solid I might have to buy.

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Pretty quick to judge aren't we? I own a 30-year old pt92 a model 85 and a pt111g2. Never had any problems.

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I see what you did there..(judge)

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I've got 8, I've had a few issues nothing serious enough to send them in.

I like Taurus but their CS has a bad rep and It was always difficult to order parts (seems like they never have them in stock) But from what I hear after the Milpro / 24/7 lawsuit they've gotten very tight with the parts and won't sell you jack shit.. requiring you to send it in for even minor things that easily user serviceable.

The day they pull that on me is the day I throw in with the haters and yell to burn them to the ground.

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It's the quality, stupid.

Sad thing about Taurus is it truly is the only gun company bringing innovative things to market. Say what you will about the Curve and Spectrum, both are pushing the envelope compared to M&P and Glock, who's innovations are limited to grip angles and trigger weights. Granted, Taurus crap is not reliable. The company only needs to radically address quality and it could potentially outperform its competitors.

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Not to argue, but I have sent in Taurus, Kel-tec, Para, Browning and Ruger's for repair. Problems with guns aren't limited to Taurus. Without knowing the numbers, the percent of guns going in for repair verses number of guns sold may be the same percentage as every other manufacturer. How many PT111G2's do you think they sold when they were 179.99 shipped. Point is, you buy enough guns you are going to get a bad one at some point. Everyone takes time to write a bad review, but very few take the time to write a good one. I am not a Taurus fan boy, but I have a couple that have been flawless.

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Excuse me, but you need to watch your ego. Para-Ordinance is no longer being made, and was a 1911 company. Don't compare your problems on a modern firearm to a 1911 in the first place. This is a super sexy gun, I'm sure you agree, but I don't appreciate your flawed, garbage comparison.

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You are right about that, their ideas and innovations are great but quality control, horrible, I had 6 Taurus pistols total, end up sold them all, wanted to like them, but cant

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Will never touch another Taurus. Craps.

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stay away they make crap guns again. I have been in and out of their pistols and revolvers for 48 yrs, I carried a scandium model they made for 1 year, it . didn't sell because it was a 500 dollar+ 38. Lately I picked up a cheapo 357 for a truck/car gun, and put it up for sale in 2 days. The grit was like pulling a sled through the sand box. It looks like they are going down the tubes again, as are several company's that can't compete in the ranges these guns should cost and the quality you should get for your money. I would never get a semi auto Taurus unless you just don't value you're life. The large caliber revolvers were ok, but lately not so much, For a hunting pistol , "like a 454, or 44 mag, maybe.

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Your*

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No reason to get catty over a mispelling. This is a gun site, not grammer class.

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Misspelling

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I was interested in this gun when it was announced, but then I hit puberty, got my degree, my hair turned gray, I retired, and now I'm too old and frail to lift up a pocket pistol. Also, I'm still waiting on the replacement for my sole TCP magazine I sent back in defective when me first tooth was coming in. Good news though, customer service says they'll be shipping in three more months! Hopefully I haven't died of old age.

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I was interested in this gun because I love .380's but I just noticed this has a flat faced trigger, no dingus or trigger safety. The same thing that something like the Sig P320 has and it isnt drop safe. I am a Taurus fan but I see possible drop safe issues. here. Man I wanted one too!

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Typically, striker fire pistols are drop safe. This one would be more so, and I quote "this true double-action only trigger system features a non-energized striker with no pre-cock or pre-load applied—ensuring no contact between the sear and striker."

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Not having the trigger safety doesn't mean it's not drop-safe. Just like having the trigger safety doesn't necessarily mean a gun IS drop-safe.

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There are two ways modern firearm manufacturing has gotten around this.
1) Taking a page from the modern series 70 1911 utilizing a lightweight titanium firing pin. This removes much of the inertia from a drop.
2) A light spring is placed in front of the striker to help hold it back. Downside is the spring on the backside of the striker can make for one heavy trigger (ideal for CCW guns I guess).

If it has one or the other, then consider it "drop safe" to some degree.

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I wouldn't touch a Taurus firearm with a ten foot pole after the way they are lying and dealing with people over this defective gun settlement. You can not trust Taurus to treat you right as a customer.

Before spending a cent on Taurus check out the Better Business Bureau ratings and report online and then look through the Taurus forums for all the crooked shenanigans they are pulling right now.

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