The high capacity micro 9 market has been seeing a lot of growth lately, and now Taurus has jumped on the bandwagon.
Taurus just announced the release of the GX4, which promises to be a lower cost alternative to those guns already out in the market, like the SIG 365, the Springfield Armory Hellcat, the S&W Shield Plus, and the Ruger Max 9.
The MSRP on this little pistol is set to be $392, with an in store price probably lower than that.
The pistol looks like it has some upgrades over the old standard guns like a flat trigger with a blade safety, front cocking serrations, Mec Gar magazines, and a nice texturing. It also has a steel guide rod, which is an improvement over previous pistols.
As of right now there is not an option for a red dot mount, but that will hopefully change at some point in the near future.
I have not had a chance to put my hands on one just yet, but I’ll do my best to get one.
You can learn more about the new Taurus GX4 by visiting their website.
Read my Taurus Spectrum review, here.