Taurus PT Handgun
17 round magazine
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Product DescriptionThe popular Taurus Model 92 is modeled after the same sidearm issued to armed forces, but with improvements to enhance reliability, durability, and accuracy. Most notable on the Taurus Model 92 is the innovation of a three-position, frame mounted, ambidextrous safety which allows this gun to be carried in classic double-action cocked and locked mode, as well as functioning as a double-action decocking lever. Two blue steel magazines are provided with each gun and additional features include loaded chamber indicator for added safety, the Taurus security system for added peace of mind, and mounted controls for easy access. Stainless steel slide and frame with black synthetic grips.
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Q:What is really the diffrence between this gun and the beretta 92fs?Asked on 5/2/2012 by Zeek from Chicago
Q:How many magazines come with this weapon.Asked on 3/10/2010 by Anonymous from Ravenna,Ohio
A:2Answered on 5/27/2010 by Diezel from Deltona, Fl
Q:Does this gun shoot 9mm luger ammo?Asked on 1/25/2010 by Angie
A:YES.Answered on 2/2/2010 by Yogad1 from Michigan
A:Yes. Unless otherwise stated, in America 9mm refers to a cartridge that goes by numerous names: 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum, and 9x19. These multiple names all refer to the same ammo, and differentiate it from all the other 9mm rounds that exist in the world. I can think of at least 3 other 9mm rounds off the top of my head, and there are likely more I don't even know of.Answered on 10/8/2010 by KarlJS from Wauwatosa, WI
Q:What do you recommend in this price range and type of gun, mainly used for target shooting and home protection. What laser sight can be added to this 9MM also which is the best stainless or black finish. if you recommend something different what laser sight can be added. ThanksAsked on 1/5/2010 by mrvl from salisbury, MD
A:every person and situation is differt. i am a fan of taurus with the newer lines they have put out. i carry a pt 24/7 .40 FOR ME i chose this gun for the saftey features. i have three kids who often have friends over and although i am a safe gun owner i never know when a kid may sneak into rooms they are not allowed in. with the tss ( taurus saftey system) i can lock and completey disabel my hand gun when its not on me rendering it uselessAnswered on 2/15/2010 by raymond a chrisitan gun owner from vermilion ohio
Q:Are the magazines between this gun and the Beretta 92FS interchangeable?Asked on 12/12/2009 by kx250kev from WI
A:No. The catch opening in the magazines are different sizes. Smaller in the Beretta...will not hold securely.Answered on 12/18/2009 by Bob from Antigo, WI
A:I CAREFULLY filed the magazine catch notches in some used Beretta M9 magazines (that also work in Beretta 92) to fit the Taurus PT92 and they seem to function (feed, lock the slide open and lock in place) in the PT92 now.
I hope that this helps.Answered on 3/17/2012 by Bill from Reno NV
Q:What's the difference between the PT92 9mm and the PT99 9mm?Asked on 11/3/2009 by TrafficTech from Florida
A:PT99 has adj. sights the 92 has fixed. Check taurususa.com for full spec.sAnswered on 11/6/2009 by taurus user from detroit,mi
A:THE REAR SITE IS ADJUSTABLE.Answered on 11/9/2009 by THEDUKEOFESSEX from OTTAWA HILLS, OHIO
A:The sights on the pt99 our adjustable. The pt92 sights is not. In my opinion i like the non adjustable sights better unless shooting long range but within defensive ranges there good.Answered on 11/5/2009 by TexReb13 from Beaumont, TX