Offered in six models differing in finishes (matte black carbon steel or stainless steel) and double-stack magazine capacity (10, 15, and 17 rounds), all G3 variants come in 9x19mm with a 4-inch barrel.
Weight is 24.83 ounces while overall length is 7.28-inches, which puts the new Taurus model in the same size envelope as the Glock G19 and S&W M2.0 Compact. The sights on the Taurus include a fixed front and drift-adjustable rear while a Picatinny accessory rail is standard.
MSRP across the Taurus G3 series is supposed to be in the $350 range, likely in the $299-ish area at retailers. This puts the Brazilian polymer parabellum a good bit cheaper than comparable Smiths or Glocks which notably have more modular grips through the use of interchangeable palm swells, a feature not shared by the Taurus.