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Taurus Model 738 TCP Semi Automatic Handgun Distributor Exclusive Model .380 ACP 3.3" Barrel 7 Rounds Carbon Fiber Finish

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Specifications and features:
Taurus model 738 TCP semi-automatic handgun
Distributor exclusive model
.380 ACP caliber
3.3" barrel
7 round capacity
Double action
Carbon fiber finish
Fixed sights
Weighs 10.2 ounces

Taurus 738 TCP is the lightest Taurus in the handgun lineup Featuring 6+1 total capacity, a durable polymer frame, and low-profile fixed sights. Also featuring loaded chamber indicator and ambidextrous magazine release. 
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Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"I received this gun the day after it shipped, so good job CTD! I've only put about 50 rnds through it so far, but those rounds fed fine from both mags and the last round hold open worked each time. It's so light that the .380 puts a little sting on your hand after awhile. The sights aren't adjustable but mine were dead on out of the box. It also comes with the bulldog cell holster and I'm not so sure about that. It's a little clumsy to get your gun out and under duress I imagine it could get you hurt. If you're a slim guy like me that wants an easy to conceal summer carry weapon then you might want to go this route."
5.0 5
"Great little weapon for summer conceal carry not to mention this carbon fiber model is an exclusive dealer model so you probably wont find this one in your local shop. Three reasons I choose this over the Ruger LCR and the KelTek P3AT: 1. Trigger pull allot better than the others! 2. Slide stays open after last round whereas the competitors do not. 3. Value with 2 mags, and a carry holster pouch. Ordered on a Friday and had it at my dealer on a Monday! Can't beat that or the price here at Cheaper Than Dirt!"
4.0 5
"My TCP had a few FTF when chambering the first round. As the slide loosened up this problem lessened but did not go away entirely after putting about 100 rounds through it. Shot flawlessly with WWB. Had many problems with TulAmmo jamming -- stay away from this ammo for this pistol! The gun was very dirty out of the box and had a couple of blemishes on the finish - both the slide and the body, but not worth getting too upset about. The gun was accurate and recoil was very manageable. I am hoping with some more firing, the feeding reliability will improve. For now it is my CCW and I carry it in a wallet holster, which works great."