A red dot optic on a smaller-sized semi-automatic is no big deal these days. So why not a red dot on a smaller-framed revolver?
Taurus has introduced a set of optics-ready small-frame revolvers: the 856 T.O.R.O. and the 605 T.O.R.O.
Digital Managing Editor Shawn Skipper discusses the Taurus Raging Bull, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
One of the bigger hits at the 146th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits last month came from Taurus, which used the show to unveil its first-ever AR-15 style design in the form of the new T4SA.
There’s nothing like the sight of a bird flushing through October foliage to make a grouse hunter’s blood warm … except maybe the sight of the bird flying away as a shot misses its mark.
Taurus has long been a name that's synonymous with the revolver—with models like the company's Tracker and Raging Bull in particular striking a cord with hunters. But there's a lot more to say about the company's 70-plus years of history.