Taurus Introduces T.O.R.O. Revolvers

by
posted on January 18, 2023
MAIN605 TORO

Taurus has introduced a set of optics-ready small-frame revolvers, the Taurus 856 T.O.R.O. and the Taurus 605 T.O.R.O. Both revolvers are milled at the factory to accept the optics plate designed specifically for this application. The plate itself accepts compact red-dots designed for the Holosun K footprint, such as a Holosun EPS Carry.

Stainless 605 TORO Left Side

Both the 856 and 605 T.O.R.O. are based on the Defender series. These revolvers feature all steel construction, three-inch barrels and a replaceable front sight. The triggers are double-action/single-action, which provide a balance between smoothness and speed in a defensive scenario.

Black 605 TORO Sight Picture

The 856 holds six shots of .38 Special, and for hunters looking for backcountry protection, the 605 boasts five rounds of .357 Magnum. Both are available in either black or stainless. For more information, check out taurususa.comMSRP: $450-$470

Latest

Herman Shooting American Gen II Rifle
Herman Shooting American Gen II Rifle

#SundayGunday: Ruger American Generation II

This week on #SundayGunday, we’re taking a closer look at the Ruger American Generation II.

Melvin Forbes, Designer of the Famous Model 20 Mountain Rifle, Dies at 77

The world of mountain hunters lost a true pioneer on June 5, 2024.

Hunter Detained Overseas for 11 Weeks Returns Home

A hunter detained in the Turks and Caicos over ammunition forgotten in his bag was given a fine and a suspended sentence earlier today, allowing him to finally leave the country.

Head to Head: .243 Winchester vs. 6.5 Creedmoor

The .243 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor short-action cartridges are both very efficient and manageable, but which is the better choice for a hunter? We take a closer look at the pros and cons of each.

Davidson's Adds Kimber Manufacturing

Davidson’s firearms, ammunition, optics and accessories wholesalers has announced the addition of Kimber Manufacturing to its firearms product line category.

An Offseason Plan to Improve Your Wingshooting Skills

Were you dissatisfied with your shotgunning skills last hunting season? If you answered, “yes,” now is the time to devise a strategy to up your game.

Interests



Get the best of American Hunter delivered to your inbox.