Introduced after years of research and development, the new polymer-framed Taurus Curve in .380 ACP is chock full of attributes that will attract the attention of any dedicated concealed carrier or those interested in becoming one.
While it weighs only 10.2 ounces unloaded, the double-action-only (DAO) Taurus Curve packs 6+1 rounds of .380 ACP ammo in a package that is only 1.18 inches wide, 5.18 inches long and just 3.7 inches in height. But, more importantly, the next-gen pistol has a “print-free” polymer frame that is curved specifically for appendix or strong-side hip carry. More features include a carbon-steel, flattop slide, a holster-free belt clip for secure carry, an integrated LaserLyte LED light/laser combination unit just in front of the trigger (within easy reach of the shooter’s trigger finger) and a unique bore-axis sighting system for quick, instinctual point shooting. Finally, the Taurus Curve is extremely affordable to boot.
For more information, visit http://www.taurususa.com.
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