Two Taurus 92 models feature Brazilian Walnut Grips

Taurus recently announced two new models to its PT 92 pistol line. Each enhanced PT 92 model features a full frame and Brazilian walnut grips.

The PT 92 stands as a cornerstone firearm for Taurus, launched in 1980 when the company acquired the entirety of Italian firearm manufacturer Beretta’s Sao Paulo operation. The acquisition included the technical specifications, tooling and machinery Beretta used to make the Beretta Model 92. Taurus continues to refine the military-pattern 92 semi-auto pistol, according to Taurus.

The new Brazilian walnut grip models represent the latest iteration of Taurus’ PT 92. The rich variations in the wood’s tone, depth, and distinguished grain patters give each pistol a unique, custom look and aesthetic finish. The pistols come in 9mm Luger. The platform utilizes drop-hammer-forged alloy frames in either matte black or natural anodized finish for maximum durability and strength. The alloy steel and stainless-steel slide models come in black matte or matte stainless finishes. Each features 5-inch barrels and a 17-round capacity.

Taurus PT 92 Brazilian Walnut Grip Specifications

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Capacity: 17 rounds
  • Frame Finish: Matte Black / Hard Anodized
  • Grip: Brazilian Walnut Wood Grips
  • Firing System: Hammer
  • Action Type: DA/SA
  • Safety: Manual Safety & Decocker (Ambi), Firing Pin Block
  • Sights Front: Integrated
  • Sights Rear: Drift Adjustable
  • Slide Material: Alloy Steel / Stainless Steel
  • Slide Finish: Black Matte / Polished Stainless
  • Overall Length: 8.5 inches
  • Overall Width: 1.6 inches
  • Height Overall: 5.5 inches
  • Overall Barrel Length: 5.0 inches
  • Overall Weight: 34 Ounces (Unloaded)
  • Magazines Included: 2

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