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Taurus 7-Shot Multi-Caliber Revolver

New & Unique Products Taurus 7 Shot

(Miami, FL) – Taurus USA brings real-world advancements to the industry with the introduction of the 692 Multi-Caliber revolver. The 692 is designed for reliable everyday carry with its 3-inch barrel,  and also offers a range-friendly option in the 6-1/2-inch model.  Both size variations offer the ability to change the caliber from .38 Special +P/.357 Mag. to 9mm Luger with a simple swap of the cylinder.

This DA/SA revolver features a seven round capacity, making it an ideal companion for personal and home defense as well as simply shooting more rounds at the range. The 692 revolver has adjustable rear sights, spurred hammer and Taurus’ Ribber Grip® that aids in accuracy.  The ported barrel manages recoil for quicker target re-acquisition.  Stellar clips are provided with each revolver.

Taurus® 692 Revolver | .38 Special +P/.357 Mag / 9mm Luger 3” 7 RDS Matte Black

Taurus 692 Revolver Specifications:

Caliber: .38 Special +P/.357 Mag / 9mm Luger

Capacity: 7-shot

Action Type: DA/SA

Finish: Matte Black or Matte Stainless

Cylinder Material: Matte Black or Matte Stainless

Barrel Length: 3” or 6.5”

Sights: Fixed Front/Adjustable Rear

Firing System: Spurred Hammer

Grip: Ribber Grip®

Weight: 35 oz. (3” barrel) 46 oz. (6.5” barrel)

2 Stellar Clips included

MSRP: $659

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About Taurus USA:

Taurus Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries (“Taurus USA”) continues to evolve and produce revolutionary new products. In addition, new standards for quality and efficiency help deliver reliable and affordable guns to the market. Taurus USA is based in Miami, Florida. Taurus Holdings, Inc. is owned by Forjas Taurus, S.A. which is a publicly traded company based in Brazil. Forjas Taurus manufactures a wide variety of consumer and industrial products that are distributed worldwide. For additional information, visit

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