Taurus is hitting the concealed carry market hard in 2020 by expanding its noted G-series line of polymer-frame, striker-fired pistols with the next-generation G3c compact 9mm.
In planning the newest model in their G-series line of compact handguns, Taurus engineers worked to retain and refine the key attributes that made the G2c so popular while simultaneously integrating new features to enhance overall performance, durability, and customization potential.
Here's what's new:
The Taurus G3c comes standard with three 12-round magazines or three 10-round magazines. Fifteen- and 17-round G3c magazines will also be available for customers who desire even higher capacity. Scallops are now included with G3c magazine extension. These are designed to assist in tactical magazine changes should dust or grit prevent the magazine from dropping freely when depressing the mag release.
Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 10- or 12-round
Slide Finish: Matte black
Firing System: Single action with restrike capability
Safety: Manual, trigger safety, striker block, and loaded chamber indicator
Sights Front: Fixed (white dot)
Sights Rear: Drift adjustable (white dots), serrated ramp
Slide Material: Alloy steel
Overall Length: 6.3"
Overall Width: 1.2"
Overall Height: 5.1"
Barrel Length: 3.2" (stainless steel)
Weight: 22 oz. (unloaded)
Magazines Included: 3x10 or 3x12
Additional Feature: Picatinny Rail (Mil-STD 1913)
Working with Taurus in the months leading up to the G3c launch, CrossBreed's production staff worked to ensure customers would have holsters ready to carry the newest pistol in the G-series line of guns!
The following productsare available now:
What do you think of the new Taurus G3c? Will you be looking for one when they hit gun store shelves?
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Jenn Jacques is a fierce 2A defender, concealed carry advocate, fishing enthusiast, avid hiker, hunter, and an all-around great gal with a gun. As a former Private Detective, Jenn put those skills to good use, fighting for gun rights in her home state of Wisconsin before becoming the first female editor of a 2A/Gun News site and moving on to become a publication writer, popular multi-media guest, and respected news expert.
Jacques has completed hundreds of hours of firearms training including USCCA's Street Encounters and Low Light/No Light Training, she is a graduate of the Gunsite Academy, and was named a S.A.F.E. Summer Local Champion of Firearm Safety by NSSF's Project ChildSafe.
A staple in the firearms industry since 2009, Jenn is proud of her professional accomplishments and to be raising her three children with her husband John who is also an avid hunter, 2A supporter, and an amazing father.
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