Taurus introduces multi-caliber revolver

The new Taurus 692 revolver is configured to shoot .38 Special/.357 Mag. and 9mm. (Photo: Taurus USA)

The new Taurus 692 revolver is configured to shoot .38 Special/.357 Mag. and 9mm. (Photo: Taurus USA)

Florida-based gun maker Taurus USA introduced a new multi-caliber revolver that’s designed to shoot both .38 Special/.357 Magnum and 9mm with a simple swap of the cylinder.

“Taurus USA brings real-world advancements to the industry with the introduction of the 692 Multi-Caliber revolver,” the company said in the announcement.

The Taurus 692 features adjustable rear sights with a fixed front, spurred hammer, the Taurus Ribber Grip for cushion felt recoil, and a ported barrel. The has a seven-shot capacity, comes with two stellar clips and operates with a single- and double-action trigger.

The new revolver is available with a host of options. It’s available with either a 3- or 6.5-inch barrel, which puts the weight at 35 or 46 ounces, and either a black or stainless finish. MSRP is $659.

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