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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Pancake, Dec 22, 2014.
Anyone check out the new Taurus Curve yet?
Well, alright, that is pretty cool.
Does it shoot around corners?
I saw that one in a recent gun magazine. Weird, but I believe this will work well for some folks.
To me it makes a Glock look purdy.
I could get behind this. If it shoots worth a dang I'll have to have one. Seems like for those times you just want to stuff something in your pocket it would be hard to beat comfort wise
Very neat idea. Would like to see one in person.
.380 though.... I would be more confident with at least a 9mm, I have big pockets......
What if you're a lefty?
Do they make one curved in the other direction?
That would be cool, one in each pocket.
ugh no sights ?
"Bore-axis sighting system for instinctual shooting" You just use that line at the top?
seriously? pointing the gun in the general direction and hope for the best?
plus the clip. Put it in your pants with no holster? How does shooting yourself in your junk feel?
I love innovative different stuff, but that gun scares me
This belt clip. You are supposed to just stuff it in your pants with nothing covering the trigger.
I'm not sold. I would need to see if/how much it prints with it clipped in the pocket. Perhaps it's ok for slacks but it's gotta show in blue jeans. Maybe?
As for point shooting, it's perfectly viable! When I learned "Quick Kill" in the Army I was able to learn to use the technique with any firearm. Just takes a little instruction and surprisingly little practice.
Most sights on .380's are pretty useless anyway! It looks " interesting," in the way interesting is used to describe a blind date!
Very interesting snag free design with a few elements incorporated into it that are derived from other firearms on the market now definitely a pocket friendly pistol with the curvature of the frame I'm excited about this semi auto by Taurus!
They actually ship it with a trigger cover on a lanyard that attaches to your belt loop and pulls free of the trigger when you draw. See you junk is safe...
Not sure how this beats a Smith J frame .38 +P in a Galco pocket protector. But it is an effort to move design ahead and so more power to 'em.
I like the integrated lights and laser.
Looks like someone put there Glock in the microwave.
2 things come to mind. What about me the left handed shooter the gun will be backwards in my pocket. Then the mag, reloading might take some getting used too.
Uhhh did you happen to notice that little light thingy on the front?
What do they call those?
Have the guy at Stag make one for you.He's a lefty too
I like it, I could make it work for me as a BUG