.taurus 692 This revolver offers the ability to change change the caliber from 38 Special +P/357 Magnum, to 9mm Luger with a simple swap of the cylinder.The revolver has adjustable rear sights, spurred hammer and Ribber Grip® that aids in accuracy. The ported barrel manages recoil for quicker target re-acquisition. Stellar clips are provided with each revolver.
The offers the ability to change the caliber from 38 Special +P/357 Magnum, to 9mm Luger with a simple swap of the cylinder. The 692 revolver has adjustable rear sights, spurred hammer and Taurus’ Ribber Grip® that aids in accuracy. The ported barrel on this 3 inch model manages recoil for quicker target re-acquisition. Stellar clips are provided with each revolver.
The 692 revolver has adjustable rear sights, a spurred hammer and Taurus’ Ribber Grip. The ported barrel manages recoil for quicker target re-acquisition. Model: TI692031 taurus 692 .
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The cylinder holds seven rounds, giving the relatively compact Taurus .357 Magnum an advantage over traditional six-shot-capacity revolvers.
This gives the shooter the option of using .38 Special and .357 Magnum cartridges in one cylinder and 9mm Luger in the other. Taurus supplies what it calls stellar clips for easy loading and unloading.
Many shooters will prefer to use the revolver as a 9mm, as this is the most popular handgun caliber in America. There is no denying the power advantage of the .357 Magnum, and for those willing to master the caliber, it offers decisive wound potential.
In the past, dual-cylinder double-action revolvers were not feasible for many reasons. Fitting each crane and cylinder to the revolver and preserving the barrel cylinder gap and timing seemed unworkable. Taurus got it right in a unique manner.
This revolver is quite attractive with its all-black finish and unfluted cylinder.. The revolver features good quality, fully adjustable rear sights and a bold post front sight. The trigger action is smooth in the double action mode. The single action trigger press is clean and crisp.
Moving to the .357 Magnum, things became interesting. I had on-hand two loads from Black Hills Ammunition. One is the fast-stepping 125-grain JHP and the other the deeper penetrating 158-grain JHP. The 125-grain JHP retained 1340 fps velocity in the short barrel 692—a good number for personal defense. Recoil increased but the revolver was not unpleasant to fire. The grips have a lot to do with this. Concentration on handling recoil and the trigger action is required. The .357 Magnum generates enough muzzle blast to startle shooters, and this is what causes flinching—more so than recoil—for most shooters. The Taurus 692 Tracker is as controllable a revolver as I have fired in .357 Magnum. Results were good, giving a trained shooter a high degree of confidence in this handgun. The muzzle ports seemed to reduce recoil but did not add offensive blast taurus 692 .
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