Georgia-based Taurus announced Monday that it will now offer the recently introduced GX4 pistol in coyote tan and tungsten colors in addition to basic black. 

The GX4, which debuted just last month, is roughly the same size as other new "micro 9" pistols on the market, such as the Ruger MAX-9Sig Sauer P365Smith & Wesson Shield Plus, and Springfield Armory Hellcat, but costs less. At introduction, the GX4 carried a black gas nitride finish on the slide and barrel over a black polymer frame. 

Taurus GX4 pistols in tan and tungsten two-tone finishes
The two new color options, which keep the black frame for a two-tone look, run either a tungsten Cerakote or Troy Coyote Tan Cerakote slide finish. (Photo: Taurus) 

Related: First Look at the Taurus GX4

Taurus GX4 on a black background with a loaded magazine
All Taurus GX4 models come from the factory with two flush 11-round steel-bodied magazines, while optional 13-rounders are available. (Photo: Chris Eger/

MSRP on the new variants is a curiously specific $410.61, which is just a tad more than the asking price for the standard model. 

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