738 TCP

738 Taurus Compact Pistol

The 738 Taurus Compact Pistol is a semi-automatic pocket pistol chambered for .380 ACP. The 738 TCP series is comprised of six pockets that vary by finish. They come in a combination of blued finish with black or pink polymer frame, stainless finish with a black or pink frame, and titanium with a black frame.

The TCP models feature a barrel length of 2.84″, height of 3.3″ and an overall length of 5.25″. Taurus touts that it’s the smallest Taurus available weighing a little more than half-a-pound. The 738 series has a double-action only trigger.

Taurus recommends the 738s for concealed carry.

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