Description

Taurus® TX22 22LR 16+1
Engineered to deliver best-in-class accuracy and reliability, this rimfire polymer sporting pistol shoots and feels every bit like a custom-tuned competition model without any costly upgrades or modifications. From the short, smooth pull of its precision-designed Taurus Pittman Trigger System (PTS) to the built-in comfort of its ergonomic grip, the TX22 is one performance-driven full size that’s ready to race. Right out of the box.
Not only is the TX22's fire control system engineered for smooth and comfortable operation, the other side of the equation is addressed once the firing pin strikes the cartridge case rim. The grip geometry combines with an optimized slide weight to deliver virtually no recoil, furthering the TX22's fast-action, quick-sight-acquisition performance so desired for a competitive-level handgun or for rapid-fire target practice.
SPECIFICATIONS
CALIBER .22LR
CAPACITY 16 +1 ROUNDS
FINISH MATTE BLACK
GRIP TEXTURED
FIRING SYSTEM STRIKER
ACTION TYPE SAO (SINGLE-ACTION-ONLY)
TRIGGER PULL 5 lbs.
SAFETY AMBIDEXTROUS MANUAL (optional), FIRING PIN BLOCK, TRIGGER SAFETY
SIGHTS (FRONT) WHITE DOT (1)
SIGHTS (REAR) ADJUSTABLE WHITE DOT (2)
SLIDE MATERIAL 7075 ALUMINUM
SLIDE FINISH BLACK HARD COAT ANODIZED
OVERALL LENGTH 7.06 INCHES
OVERALL WIDTH 1.25 INCHES
OVERALL HEIGHT 5.44 INCHES
BARREL LENGTH 4.1 INCHES
MAG RELEASE REVERSIBLE
WEIGHT (W/EMPTY MAGAZINE) 17.3 OZ.
MAGAZINES INCLUDED 2
ACCESSORIES LOCK, OWNER’S MANUAL
MPN#: TRS-1-TX22141

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Tx-22 is an absolute pleasure to plink with, excellent shape of the grip, outstanding trigger, adjustable rear sight, 16 round mags that you can find for under $20, get you one, why wait? Tomorrow is not guaranteed to anyone.

* also, it is Not ammo sensitive or picky, it shoots just about any 22 ammo, hi-velocity, standard velocity or even some subsonic rounds!

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I have one and love it. If you do pick one up, do yourself a favor and get a stainless steel recoil assembly from Lakeline LLC. The assembly that comes with the tx22 is plastic and wears easily, not to mention lakeline's has a better spring tension (ime).

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I got mine on sale last year for $229.00 I'm not a particular Taurus fan but lets give credit where its due. Its reliable, good sights, holds 16 rounds and shoots to point of aim. Hard to ask for much more at the price. And no we are not going to see prices go down a lot more given the current crisis.

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This a great value for $249, which it usually goes for. Panic buying or low inventory might be creating prices higher than that.

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This Taurus and the Ruger Wrangler are perfect examples of pistols to wait on. As much as I want that Tuarus (there better than G44!!) I can wait till there $200 or less shipped

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The supply chains are currently busted, but there's chance that we could see significant surplus when the panic buying ends and we start seeing buyers remorse, with "used' but unfired guns hitting the market. Especially from new owners. Ammo not so much.

I agree about we're far from the apex, especially financially. Personally I think it's been a large overreaction considering Sweden. Not that I think theirs is the absolute best approach, but our lockdowns don't seem to be doing shit other than sending us towards a new depression.

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You might be waiting awhile. I don't believe supply chains and prices are going to snap back to normal for any product, let alone guns, anytime this year. Maybe even longer. One in five US workers have filed for unemployment benefits as I write this. 33 million jobs lost in the U.S. alone so far. And we haven't even hit the apex yet, let alone seen the real economic fallout.

Anyway, the gun is selling for $249 at my local gun shop and they have them in stock, so I'm headed over to look at one now. I really like the 16-round capacity and that it comes with two magazines. I'm not going to deprive myself of the fun of a new gun for the chance I may save $50 in a year or two. Even though I do love a bargain. Stay safe, everybody.

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Just wait these are hot not a good time to buy a damn thing, I'm waiting on these and the wrangler

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They should of let them go for 250 since the Ruger sr22 goes for around 300 online

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This is a nice looking gun with good specs and features. The only thing I question is how durable the polymer mags are and the availability. I'd prefer metal mags.

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Just a few more bucks for a basic mark 4. Why buy this? Maybe if it were 2 bills.

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Taurus gets knocked a lot, but you're getting 6 more rounds per mag and true striker fired 22lr as well as something close to full sized with a thread adapter. A year from now may low 200s, but it's new so get in line. :p

Only time will tell if it's a POS or decent.

I fully support the trend toward innovating on magazines to get more than 10 rounds into 22lr. I think people are giving up on California and fiends such as Kel tec with the coming cp33.

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Supposed to be a good shooter with an okay trigger, and comes with two 16-round mags.

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Yeah I totally agree. $180-200

It would have been cool if they had a slide with an optics mount. Very cool trigger but I’ll keep my SR22 and M&Pc 22. Both are good shooters.

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Considering that the reliable and proven Ruger SR22 and the S&W M&P22 are on sale this week for around $270, these need to come down in price to about $240-250 before they start becoming deals.

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I say more like 180-200

I paid 180 or less for my Taurus: TCP, G2C, 85 and 709.. and barely paid more than 200 for my 809

No way in hell im paying more for a 22lr with an aluminum slide than I did for a 380, 9mm, stainless 38spl

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Agreed not paying more than 175-200 will wait until the new factor wears off,seems like a decent plinker only time will tell...paid less for my 709 and poly protector357

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