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Taurus USA proudly announces the launch of the highly anticipated Taurus GX4 Carry, the latest addition to the award-winning GX4 series. Setting itself apart from its micro-compact sibling, the Taurus GX4 Carry boasts a larger, but compact frame, delivering the perfect balance of capacity and concealability for armed citizens.

Key Features of the Taurus GX4 Carry:

  • Industry Standard Iron Sights: The steel iron sights are easily replaced with readily available aftermarket sights, allowing the user to customize to their preference.
  • 15+1 Capacity: The slim, compact frame holds 15 rounds of 9mm ammo.
  • Visual Loaded Chamber Indicator: Enhanced safety awareness with the visual loaded chamber indicator.
  • DLC-Coated Barrel: Durability and performance even in challenging environments.
  • Picatinny Rail MIL-STD-1913: Versatility for accessory customization.
  • Flat Face, Serrated Trigger: Improved comfort and control for every shot.
  • Easy Take Down Pin for Disassembly: Simplified maintenance with easy disassembly.
  • Teflon-Coated Operational Control Parts: Enhanced durability for rigorous use.
  • Reversible Magazine Release: Ambidextrous operation for user preference.
  • Magazine and Grip Cuts: Quick and reliable reloads with designed cuts.
  • Three Backstrap Options: Customizable grip for maximum comfort and security.

The Taurus GX4 Carry will be available for purchase starting September 28, 2023, at authorized Taurus dealers and online retailers. For more information about the Taurus GX4 Carry and other Taurus products, please visit


Caliber: 9mm
Capacity 15+1
Magazines Included: 2
Action: SAO
Overall Length: 6.4 in.
Barrel Length: 3.06 in.
Width: 1.08 in.
Overall Height: 5.15 in.
Weight: 21.51 oz. (unloaded)
MSRP: $504.99

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  1. I was just saying the other day how much we need yet another striker-fired semi-auto handgun…

    About as much as we need more pointless commentary and endless re-posting of videos from the bitter old bat little deb… 🙁

  2. .40, doesn’t that pull of the trigger complete the cocking and release of the firing pin? Some might call that double action. After all, that single pull of the trigger is accomplishing two things. Maybe I’m just splitting a frog’s hair.

  3. I recently picked up a GX4 TORO for EDC, even if I didn’t live in NY where Im limited to 10 (which is available in the standard GX4) I wouldn’t see the purpose of this gun. This has the same 3 in barrel only a larger lower. I concede that the GX4 is not the most comfortable gun to fire but the addition of a pinky extension on the mag helps a lot and the compromises we make in buying/carrying an ultra-compact are so that we have the “most” concealable gun we can get. If I wanted a carry gun that had more lower Id carry my PDP Compact and get the added 1″ on the barrel and that incredible trigger (Im running an overwatch on it now but the standard was among the best striker triggers Ive felt.)

  4. To misquote Jack O’Conner:
    “Only accurate pistols are interesting”.
    My Translation: “Only sidearms with great triggers AND thumb safeties interest me”.
    I realize that this labels me as a FUDD, but what good is a short range weapon that is easy to unintentionally discharge in a mid range threatening situation? My marksmanship even when calm is not up to Olympic standards.
    Beyond that, this looks pretty darn good. If it was available with a thumb safety I would look into it. Empty chamber carry would work for me also.

    • Not being snarky, serious question:

      What do your marksmanship skills have to do with a thumb safety or lack thereof?

      A safety doesn’t seem to make the gun more or less accurate and your marksmanship has nearly nothing to do with your ability to avoid or create an ND.

      They’re separate issues, so far as I can see.

      • if a better trigger can be achieved without a trigger blade safety (particularly with a hammer) it might benefit marksmanship.
        i did a double take when i saw sao for this toe rest, but i thought it through.

  5. And… what’s holster selection like?

    Most of the really slick holsters I’ve seen recently come in very few flavors. Mostly just the common Glocks and a few Sigs.

  6. im pretty pro taurus
    but for 500 ish
    id rather save up
    watch the sales
    spend just a few more bucks
    and get a p365xl
    with night sights 3 mags and a holster
    along with all that sig p365 modularity
    for about the same money
    i think this gun has to be more like 400 ish
    for it to make any real world sense

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