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Taurus Curve
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soberbyker;156911 Wrote:
RL Suehr;156909 Wrote:~snip~

I just don't see it as being that much more concealable than an LCP or even Tauruses own TCP

~snip~.

I think the overall shape of the curve makes the 'print' look not so much like a gun for pocket carry, so in that respect it's more concealable IMO.

If it's trying to make itself look like something other than a gun, what IS it trying to look like? An AOW maybe? Shrug
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Mr_Gixxer;156912 Wrote:
soberbyker;156911 Wrote:I think the overall shape of the curve makes the 'print' look not so much like a gun for pocket carry, so in that respect it's more concealable IMO.

If it's trying to make itself look like something other than a gun, what IS it trying to look like? An AOW maybe? Shrug

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Zeeba;156837 Wrote:[Image: Shock.jpg]

Looks like a staple gun.
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#23
So it begs the question soberbyker, does a gun that looks like a staple gun need a tax stamp? Lol!
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#24
soberbyker;156911 Wrote:
RL Suehr;156909 Wrote:~snip~

I just don't see it as being that much more concealable than an LCP or even Tauruses own TCP

~snip~.

I think the overall shape of the curve makes the 'print' look not so much like a gun for pocket carry, so in that respect it's more concealable IMO.

That's why I'll withhold judgement until I actually get to see and handle one in person.
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#25
Tactical Staple gun?



Worked for Jerry Miculek.
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#27
Like stated before, I think it is a solution looking for a problem.

I also think it is not aimed at a veteran firearm user but a new, urban type person.

From personal experience, I think Taurus needs to focus on making their semi-automatic line more accurate and reliable. They've nailed it with their revolver products but their semi-automatics leave a person wanting. This is all personal opinion though.
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#28
I would love to test how that muzzle crown effects accuracy. Unless it's designed to act as a comp.
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#29
Guns with "curves"...

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Nothing new.

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sgtsandman;156979 Wrote:Like stated before, I think it is a solution looking for a problem.

I also think it is not aimed at a veteran firearm user but a new, urban type person.

From personal experience, I think Taurus needs to focus on making their semi-automatic line more accurate and reliable. They've nailed it with their revolver products but their semi-automatics leave a person wanting. This is all personal opinion though.

More reliable? The P series were tanks. I had a P89 I failed to lube for oh......about a decade that never failed.

I kind of like the curve. If it were made by Sig there would be 2x the following. It's no different than fixed sights that don't shoot to the point of aim or the groove on top of some snubby revolvers (that may or may not shoot to point of aim)
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