Make way for the lightest Taurus ever created! The 10.2-ounce 738 TCP is not only the lightest semi-auto in the Taurus line; it's lighter than any of our small frame revolvers too! The 738 TCP offers 6+1 shots of .380 ACP, a durable polymer frame and low-profile fixed sights. You have to feel it to believe it!
|Hot guns Cold service!|
|I purchased this pistol new in the box from Ron's pawn & gun in Milton. I couldnt wait to get it out to the range to see what kind of performence I would get out of this slick little gun. What a friggin disapoitment to say the least. I was with two of my shooting buddies and we had over a dozen guns we were shooting that day. we also had many brands of ammo.All went well except the T38 which fired about 1 in 6 times. We tried different ammo maufactures,thinking it might have been bad ammo,but it was the fault of the pistol. The trrgger would "click the firing pin forward but the cartrage would be untouched on all the misfires. I retuned the gun and the gunsmith at Ron's had it for a week and said it needed adjusted.Upon retreiving the gun from the smith and taking it back out to the range it would not fire at all but the click of the trigger was still prsent. I brought it back to Ron's and he is seding it back to Taurus I called Taurus and after waiting on the phone for25 min. I was connected to a person who acted like she could care less about the situation. She informed me that it would be 6 to 8 weeks before the gun would be looked at and longer if they had to order parts. I have 5 other Taurus hand guns and never had a problem before. Is this the new way Taurus is going to do buisness now that there is a big demand for fierarms? Anyone thats considering purchasing this pistol should rethink before they buy. I'm really upset at myself for not going with anoyher manufacture at this point.Is Taurus now going to get a reputation for having "Hot guns and Cold service?|