November 2019 (Miami, FL) – Taurus®, manufacturer of quality handguns for hunting, self-defense, and competition, has just announced its Hammer the Harvest Rebate program. From now through December 31, buyers of Taurus TH9, TH9c, TH40, and TH40c models can receive a $25 rebate on their new pistol purchase.
The TH series pistols combine the ruggedness and lightweight of a polymer frame handgun with the familiar performance of a classic SA/DA hammer-fire pistol. Offered in full- and compact-size models in 9mm Luger and .40 S&W chambers, the TH pistols feature grooved and amply stippled grips for a comfortable fit and optimal muzzle control.
Full-size TH9 and TH40 models come with a 4.25-inch barrel while the compact TH9c and TH40c feature 3.5-inch barrels. With 17+1 capacity in the 9mm models and 15+1 with the .40 S&W models, manual and firing pin block safeties, loaded chamber indicator, and interchangeable back straps on full-size models, the TH series pistols provide the solid feel and reliable performance EDC handgun practitioners demand.
All TH series pistols include drift-adjustable Novak front and rear sights and are available in several color options to suit any shooter’s style.
The $25 Hammer the Harvest Rebate program offer is valid from October 15 through December 31, 2019 on qualified purchases. All submissions must be postmarked by January 15, 2020 and received by January 31, 2020 to qualify.
To learn more about Taurus firearms, click here.
Taurus Holdings, Inc. (“Taurus”) and its subsidiaries continues to evolve and produce revolutionary new products. In addition, new standards for quality and efficiency help deliver reliable and affordable guns to the market. Taurus is based in Miami, Florida. Taurus is owned by Taurus Armas, S.A. which is a publicly traded company based in Brazil. Taurus Armas S.A. manufactures a wide variety of consumer and industrial products that are distributed worldwide.
For additional information, visit www.taurususa.com.
Taurus TH and TS pistols
SHOT Show 2017 - The future of Taurus has arrived: GUNSweek.com had the chance to take a glimpse of the guns that will shape the future of the Brazilian company!
In the past years, the fame of the Taurus company and its products has been tarnished – specifically on the north and south American markets – by a bad history of poor quality control and other scandals. But a serious company knows when it is making mistakes and when it's time to correct them, and it's exactly what Taurus went on to do.
Under a new ownership and a new management, Taurus moved its entire production to a likewise new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in São Leopoldo; new manufacturing and quality control technologies, procedures and personnel were put in place. And the company is back on its tracks, or at least on its way to be. There is no doubt that Taurus is seriously intentioned to shrug off that bad fame, and is on the verge of doing so.
At the 2017 SHOT Show, GUNSweek.com had a chance to see the guns that will guide the Taurus product line straight into a new era.
Given the circumstances, there's just so much that we can tell you – but as you can see from the pictures on those pages, the company may have some serious winners on their hands.
Taurus has improved some of its most highly appreciated pistols to create the TH series (Taurus Hammer fired), which will be available in full-size and compact versions and in .380 ACP, 9x19mm and .40 Smith & Wesson variants.
Those guns feature ambidextrous controls, some of the best features of the PT800 series upgraded to the maximum levels, and an overall very high level of craftmanship. We are eagerly looking forward to see them on the market, or at least to have an exclusive chance to test and evaluate them for our readers.
But Taurus has also prepared a new and revolutionary line of striker-fired polymer frame pistols, dubbed the TS9 and TS9C respectively, that have been kept quite secret till this last SHOT Show, when we have been allowed to handle and appreciate their balance and manufacturing quality.
What we can tell you indeed is that, in our humble opinion, Taurus is indeed back on track, and once again on the edge of getting back its well deserved position as one of the world's leading manufacturers of sporting, hunting, defensive, and service firearms. Stay tuned!
Taurus T Series
Taurus TH and TS pistols, Taurus T4 rifle
TH pistols: hammer fired
TS pistols: striker fired
T4 rifle: gas operated
TH pistols: .380 Auto, 9 mm Luger, .40 S&W
TS pistols: 9 mm Luger, .40 S&W
T4 rifle: 5.56 mm NATO
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Red Dot Mount Plate for multiple sights, fits Taurus TH series
Lakeline Sight Mounting Plate
(2) 6-32 x 1/4 Button Head Screws
(2) 6-32 x 3/8 Flat Head Screws
(1) 5-40 x 1/8 set screw
Fits the Taurus TH series rear sight dovetail.
Our Multi Red Dot sight mounting plates are machined from 7075 Aluminum alloy and hard anodized for high strength and light weight. This fits the: Vortex Viper/Venom, Burris FastFire, Docter and other same footprint sights like the ADE Advanced Optics RD3-006A/B, other ADE RD3 series sights, Sightmark mini shot reflex, Truglo Tru Tec Micro. In addition it fits sights with the Trijicon RMR style footprint, RMR sights plus Holosun, etc.
It does not fit the micro sights, like the Shield RMSC footprint or Trijicon RMRcc footprint.
The sight plate is the same width as the RMR footprint sights and is wider than the Venom/Fastfire footprint sights.
The rear sight on your pistol is removed and replaced with this mounting plate in order to mount your red-dot sight. No modifications to the pistol are needed. The mount can be removed and the rear sight reinstalled at any time. Mounting hardware for the red dot sight is included.
Our mounting plates are made slightly oversized so they are always a tight fit in the dovetail. That makes installation a little harder, but that is also why our sight plates hold zero, not shifting around with use. These sight plates also have precision machined bosses that engage the red dot sight and keep it from shifting around on the mounting plate. A flat plate with a couple screw holes simply won’t hold zero under use on a pistol. Those are features to look for in any quality sight mounting plate.
Gunsmith installation is recommended because fitting is required.
Sold in the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico only.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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