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Taurus 92 Owner Manual
PT 92
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
GENERAL SAFETY, OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING YOUR FIREARM
Important: Keep this manual with your firearm.
The information contained in this manual is useful, both for beginners and experienced shooters. In addition to important information about the
function, cleaning, and care of the firearm, the manual contains instructions that will be very helpful in shooting. The most important rule
of safe firearm handling is always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
CONTENTS
Firearms Safety..................................................... 6
Get To Know Your Pistol...................................... 14
PT 92
Ammunition........................................................ 18
Operating Instructions........................................ 22
Disassembly........................................................ 26
Assembly............................................................. 30
Care and Maintenance......................................... 31
Exploded View..................................................... 32
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Taurus® Service................................................... 34
Limited Warranty................................................ 36
• 9mm Luger
• Finish: Matte black or matte stainless
• Integrated front/drift adjustable rear
• DA/SA trigger
• Manual safety / decocker
WARNING
The safety warnings in this booklet are important. By understanding the dangers inherent in the
use of any firearm, and by taking the precautions described herein, you can safely enjoy your
Taurus® firearm. Failure to follow any of these warnings may result in serious injury to you or
others, as well as severe damage to the firearm or other property.
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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NOTES
SIGNAL WORDS AS DEFINED BY
ANSI Z535.6 AND Z535.4 STANDARDS.
Intentionally left blank
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
NOTICE
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will result in death or serious injury.
could result in death or serious injury.
could result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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FIREARMS SAFETY
ALWAYS WEAR HEARING PROTECTION. Firearms are loud. The sound they generate is greater
indoors. Repeated exposure to loud noises can cause deafness. Hearing protection is rated by decibel
WARNING
When a firearm discharges, the bullet or shot can strike a person, resulting in death or serious bodily injury.
The three basic keys to safe handling of firearms:
reduction. Look for “dB” reduction of 30 or more when purchasing ear protection. Modern ear protection
can allow normal hearing until the sound from the discharge reaches the ear. Layering hearing protection,
for example, wearing 30db rated foam plugs with 20db rated ear muffs, significant protection can
be achieved.
ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION. In normal operation, firearms emit hot high-velocity gases, particles
and metal. These materials flying into your eye can cause blindness. Protect your vision with proper eye
1. KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FIRE. If you maintain good
protection. Any eye protection may be better than none, but look for ANSI Z87.1-2003 certified eyewear for the
trigger discipline, it is extremely unlikely the firearm will fire.
best protection.
2. KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. Even if the firearm discharges, if the muzzle
NEVER HANDLE FIREARMS WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. Firearms
is pointed in a safe direction, no one will be injured.
are dangerous. Handling firearms while impaired by drugs or alcohol is foolhardy and may result in serious
3. NEVER TRUST ANY SAFETY MECHANISM. If you adopt the attitude that you will not trust any safety
mechanism, you will be vigilant about keeping your finger off the trigger and keeping the muzzle pointed
injury or death. This warning includes prescription drugs that contain a warning about using machinery or
driving while taking the medication.
MODIFIED FIREARMS ARE DANGEROUS, AND USE CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
in a safe direction.
“Trigger jobs,” polishing original components or installing aftermarket parts can cause a firearm to function
WARNING - KNOW YOUR TARGET
Never fire at targets at close range. Ricochets can and do cause death or serious bodily injury. What
constitutes “close range” depends on many factors including target material, bullet caliber and angle
of impact.
in ways different than intended. Some such work may also be illegal.
DAMAGED FIREARMS ARE DANGEROUS, AND USE CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Repairs should always be made by a qualified gunsmith or by a factory-authorized repair site. Work done
by those unfamiliar with the design can cause a firearm to function in ways different than intended.
NEVER ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE OR CLEAN A LOADED FIREARM. DOING SO CAN RESULT IN
SERIOUS BODILY INJURY OR DEATH. How often have we heard “But it went off while I was cleaning it!”
KNOW WHAT IS BEHIND YOUR TARGET. Unless you are shooting into a bullet trap designed to capture
the type of ammunition you are firing, projectiles may pass through the target and strike anyone or anything
beyond. Bullets can travel miles.
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or, “I did not know it was loaded!” or, “It was jammed, and I tried to take it apart!”?
IF A FIREARM GOES OFF, THERE WAS A ROUND OF AMMUNITION IN THE CHAMBER. Period.
“Clear” (or empty) the firearm of all ammunition before disassembling or cleaning.
Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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FIREARMS SAFETY SYSTEMS
Firearms safety is supported by a system. With your pistol, the system is made up of the following:
1. You! Your involvement in safety cannot be overemphasized. No safety component can keep your finger
off the trigger and the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. Also, you are the key to never trusting any of the
mechanical parts of the safety system.
2. Manual Safety Lever. To operate the manual safety, push the manual safety lever up. Manual safety
must be all the way in the safe position to work properly, not halfway or at some other point in it's travel.
Don't play with the manual safety and you will avoid accidents.
3. Trigger Guard. This is a physical obstruction that helps prevent unintended pressing of the trigger or
trigger safety. Do not modify the trigger guard.
4. Firing Pin Block. The firing pin block’s purpose is to prevent the gun from firing in the event the firearm
was accidentally dropped in certain orientations. The Firing Pin Block interferes with the forward travel of
the firing pin until the trigger is pulled. Once you are ready to fire, pressing the trigger moves this safety
component from its “safe” (blocking) position to its “fire” (free) position.
5. This Manual. Taurus intends for you to use this manual to learn about your pistol and to help you use
your pistol safely. If you use the manual, you will go a long way toward being a knowledgeable and safe
firearms owner.
6. On Line Resources. TaurusUSA.com hosts a library of videos concerning safety and related issues.
This library is being added to and revised. Please visit the site and take advantage of what is available
there as part of your education regarding using your Taurus pistol in a safe fashion.
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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PISTOL AND REVOLVER SIZE AND SAFETY
CARRYING FIREARMS
The selection of a revolver versus a pistol as well as the size, caliber and magazine capacity of a handgun
Carrying a firearm can be dangerous. Carrying a firearm makes it more difficult to control the muzzle and
are personal choices. There are many choices to be made, and there are advantages and disadvantages
makes it more likely that the firearm can be dropped or bumped causing the firearm to fire.
for each. When selecting a pistol, size has safety implications because of the way pistols are loaded.
In almost all circumstances, it is safest to carry a handgun in a holster designed for that specific handgun.
Generally speaking, smaller handguns may require more attention to be handled safely than medium or
Carrying a handgun in a pocket without a specific designed In-Pocket Holster or a trigger shield or in a
full-size handguns. This is because their small size makes it easier to point the muzzle at your hand or to
waist band without a belt clip is always a last choice. Carrying any handgun in a holster that fits the firearm
“sweep” (swing the muzzle across your body) yourself or others in ordinary handling.
and style of carry should prevent it from accidentally falling and you from losing control of the muzzle.
With the PT 22 model pistols, we recommend loading using the tip-up barrel feature to place a round in the
Except in rare high-threat circumstances, carry your pistol with a full magazine and an empty chamber. If
chamber. With this feature, it is not necessary to manipulate the slide at all. This is the safest procedure
the chamber is empty, the pistol cannot fire.
when chambering a round in the PT 22 model pistols.
WARNING - CARRYING
SAFE CARRY CONDITION
“Safe Carry Condition” is the most ready-to-fire condition that the user feels is reasonable under the
circumstances. Generally, we believe that Taurus® pistols should be carried with a full magazine and an
empty chamber. Under most circumstances, this provides the best balance of readiness and safety. On
Do not carry your firearm in any way that might let it fall or be bumped. If a firearm falls or is bumped, it
may fire.
the plus side, if the chamber is empty, unintended discharges are minimized. However, the slide must be
manipulated to load a round in the chamber. In emergency circumstances, this can be difficult to do safely
WARNING - CARRYING
and correctly.
If the user believes that he or she is faced with an increased threat, chambering a round is appropriate. For
safety reasons, this should be done beforehand with the muzzle pointed in a safe direction, and your finger
Always review and follow the holster or luggage manufacturer’s instructions or the firearm may fall or be
bumped and fire.
off the trigger. How do you know you may be going into a more dangerous situation? That depends. If, for
example, you carry cash to deposit after a business closing, this may well qualify. If a domestic partner is
actively threatening you, this may qualify as well.
“Safe Carry Condition” is a judgment call and must be made by the user. Some users routinely face greater
threats than others. Users must be aware of their situation and circumstances. Errors in judgment can have
dire and tragic outcomes if firearms are present.
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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FIREARMS STORAGE AND GUN LOCKS
How you secure your firearms is a personal choice based on the unique circumstances in your home,
business or vehicle and the laws of the state where your firearm is located. Any choice you make
about securing your firearms will present advantages and disadvantages. It is up to you to weigh those
advantages and disadvantages and choose which security method is best for you and those around you.
WARNING - LOCKING
Never lock a firearm with a round of ammunition in the chamber. Unlocking a loaded firearm makes it more
difficult to maintain trigger discipline and to keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
WARNING
Securing your firearm may inhibit access in a defensive situation and may result in injury or death.
WARNING
Failure to secure a firearm may result in injury or death. Properly securing a firearm means storing your
firearm unloaded, decocked and securely locked, with all ammunition in a separate location.
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GET TO KNOW YOUR PISTOL
FRONT SIGHT
BARREL
SLIDE
SPECIFICATIONS
DISASSEMBLING
LATCH
DRIFT ADJUSTABLE
REAR SIGHT
SLIDE CATCH
HAMMER
DISASSEMBLING
LATCH RELEASE
MANUAL SAFETY
& HAMMER
DECOCKER
FRAME
TRIGGER
GRIP
Model
PT 92
Caliber
9mm Luger
Action
DA / SA
Capacity
5"
Overall Length
8.5"
Overall Height
5.5"
Overall Width
1.6"
Weight
34 oz.
Sights (Front)
Integrated
Sights (Rear)
Drift Adjustable
Materials
Safety Device
MAGAZINE RELEASE
17+1 Rounds
Barrel Length
Slide: Alloy Steel or Stainless Steel
Barrel: Stainless Steel
Grip: Polymer
Ambidextrous Manual Safety / Decocker
MAGAZINE
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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LOCKING DEVICE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
It is important to use the locking device on your Taurus firearm!
WARNING - LOCKING DEVICES
Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and your fingers outside the trigger guard at all times during
installation of the locking device!
• Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction, including when you are installing or removing your
locking device.
• Always verify that your firearm is completely unloaded (see page 28) before installing your locking device.
• Do not install locking devices in the trigger guard; always keep your fingers and locking device outside the
trigger guard during device installation and removal.
• Store firearms, ammunition and keys separately and securely, away from children and careless adults; do
not store your firearm with the keys in the locking device.
• Do not attempt to work the action of your firearm with the locking device in place; this may damage
your firearm.
• While locking devices are an important aid to security measures, they are not a substitute for safe firearm
handling and proper storage. Remember that any mechanical device can be bypassed with enough time,
knowledge, determination and equipment.
LOCKING DEVICES MUST BE USED SAFELY AND RESPONSIBLY
To Install the Factory-Supplied Locking Device:
1. Remove the magazine from your pistol.
2. Open the action completely, and verify that the firearm
is completely unloaded and contains no cartridges or
cartridge cases! Use the slide stop to keep the action open
during installation of the locking device.
3. Insert the cable directly in your pistol as shown in Figure 1.
4. To lock: With the key turned to the farthest clockwise position,
insert the loose end of the cable into the lock. Turn the key
counterclockwise and remove the key.
5. Once the lock is securely closed,
pull firmly on the lock to test the
connection and be sure it is locked.
Do not leave or store your firearm
with the key in the lock! Store your
locked, unloaded firearm and the
key in secure, separate locations,
WARNING
Never leave your keys in the
lock when the lock is installed
on the firearm.
away from ammunition, children,
and careless adults.
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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AMMUNITION
WARNING
WARNING
Using the wrong ammunition in your pistol can result in serious bodily injury and damage to your pistol.
Make certain the ammunition you load in the magazine is the same caliber as is marked on the pistol.
“+P” ammunition can be dangerous. There is a detailed discussion about “+P” and “+P+” ammunition on
page 20 of this manual. Until you have read that information, do not fire any ammunition marked “+P” in
your pistol.
WARNING - AMMUNITION AND INDUSTRY STANDARDS
WARNING
Use only clean, dry factory-loaded ammunition. Old, damaged, wet or oily ammunition may fire at pressures
higher than industry standard, causing injury to you and bystanders or damage to your pistol.
Do not use reloaded ammunition in your pistol. Its firing pressures are unknown and may well exceed industry
standard, causing injury to you and bystanders or damage to your pistol.
Odd sounds are signs of trouble. If a round “does not sound right” when it goes off, stop firing right away.
A bullet may be stuck in the barrel. Firing the pistol in this condition may cause pressures higher than industry
standard, causing injury to you and bystanders or damage to your pistol.
If you hear any odd sounds when firing your pistol, stop firing, clear the pistol and “field strip” (or disassemble)
the pistol in accordance with the procedures listed in this manual. Once the barrel is removed from the slide,
look down the bore. If you do not see light, there is something stuck in the bore. Do not fire the pistol again, and
take the pistol to a qualified gunsmith or contact the Taurus Service Department at 800-327-3776.
Never fire ammunition marked “+P+” in your pistol. It does not comply with industry standards as to
chamber pressures.
WARNING
It is DANGEROUS to fire “+P+” ammunition in any Taurus® firearm, and doing so may result in serious bodily
injury or death. The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI) does not recognize any
“+P+” ammunition at all. These loads operate at unknown pressures.
WARNING - LEAD AND HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL EXPOSURE
Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, handling, and/or cleaning firearms or handling ammunition can expose
you to chemicals including lead which is known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash hands thoroughly after exposure with soap and water.
SHOOTING OR CLEANING GUNS MAY EXPOSE YOU TO LEAD
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There are only four calibers that can carry a “+P” rating from SAAMI. They are 38 Special +P, 9mm Luger
+P, 38 Super Automatic +P and 45 Automatic +P. There are no other SAAMI approved “+P” loads. Any
ammunition in any other caliber marked “+P” is not SAAMI compliant, may be dangerous and should not
be used.
FIREARMS ARE NOT ALL ALIKE
Many makes and models of firearms might LOOK nearly the same. However, they differ widely in design,
operation, and in the location and function of various controls. You may access the Taurus® website at
TaurusUSA.com to view and print manuals.
Only fire SAAMI rated Plus P (“+P”) ammunition in Taurus® models designated by Taurus for +P use as
below. Firing +P ammunition in other Taurus products may be dangerous and can result in serious
“JAMS”
bodily injury or death.
SOMETIMES A CARTRIDGE OR SHELL CASE MAY BECOME “JAMMED” OR STUCK IN THE PISTOL.
Model 85 small-frame revolver in 38 Special.
Model 856 small-frame revolver in 38 Special.
TO CLEAR THE JAM, (1) POINT THE MUZZLE IN A SAFE DIRECTION, (2) KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF
THE TRIGGER, TIP UP THE BARREL AND PICK OUT CARTRIDGE FROM CHAMBER.
Model 850 small-frame revolver in 38 Special.
Model 851 small-frame revolver in 38 Special.
Model 85 Polymer small-frame revolver in 38 Special.
Model 82 medium-frame revolver in 38 Special.
Model 817 compact frame (tracker) revolver in 38 Special.
All firearms chambered in 38 Super Automatic.
All firearms chambered in 45 Automatic (ACP).
WARNING - FIRING
The slide opens and shuts quickly while firing. Keep face and hands away from rear of slide. Hot brass is
ejected quickly and can burn you. Always wear shooting glasses, hat with brim, and hearing protection.
All firearms chambered in 9mm Luger.
WARNING - ANY GUN MAY FIRE IF DROPPED
NOTICE
Even if your Taurus® firearm is rated for Plus-P (“+P”) ammunition, such ammunition generates pressures
significantly in excess of the pressures associated with standard ammunition. Such pressures may affect
the useful life of the firearm or exceed the margin of safety built into many firearms. Unless you need +P
ammunition, do not use it, particularly for practice.
If dropped or struck, the pistol may fire.
WARNING
If dropped or struck the firearm should be inspected by a qualified armorer/gunsmith for a complete function
check. After the firearm was dropped or struck, mechanisms, including automatic safeties, may not function
as intended resulting in accidental death or serious injury.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4. The pistol is now cocked and ready to fire by pulling the trigger.
After firing, the slide will recoil from gas pressure and will eject the
The Taurus® 92 does not have a magazine disconnect (magazine safety). They will fire the round in the
empty cartridge case and feed another cartridge into the chamber.
chamber with the magazine removed.
To load and fire your pistol:
1. Remove the magazine by pressing the
The pistol will be ready to fire again. After the last round, the slide
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will remain in the open position held by the slide catch. In order to
make it return to its rest position, press the slide catch just above
the left grip.
magazine release button, located on the
grip, with your thumb.
5. If you want to stop shooting before firing the last cartridge of a
magazine, decock the firearm immediately by moving the safety
lever downward then engage the safety by pushing the safety lever
2. Hold the magazine in one hand and
insert cartridges, one at a time, bullet
forward, by pressing them down and to
the rear.
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in the up (on) position.
6. Aim the pistol with the low-profile fixed sights. To fire, pull the
trigger smoothly and fully to the rear.
7. After firing, the slide will “recoil” (come back toward you) and eject
the empty cartridge case and then quickly feed another cartridge
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3. After re-inserting the magazine, hold the
into the chamber. The pistol will be ready to fire again. After the
pistol with one hand keeping your finger away
last round is out of the magazine, the slide will remain in the open
from the trigger. With the other hand, pull the
position. In order to make the slide return to its forward position,
slide to its limit and release it or push down
with the magazine removed, pull the slide slightly to the rear and
the slide catch, so the slide will go forward
release the slide.
under the recoil spring force and will insert
one cartridge in the chamber.
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CAUTION
Failure to ensure the manual safety lever is completely in the "off" position will result in damage
to the pistol.
WARNING - FIRING
The slide opens and shuts quickly while firing. Keep face and hands away from rear of slide. Hot brass is
ejected quickly and can burn you. Always wear shooting glasses, hat with brim, and hearing protection.
WARNING - ANY GUN MAY FIRE IF DROPPED
If dropped or struck, the pistol may fire.
WARNING
Take care to prevent the forcible ejection of the guide rod assembly and compressed recoil spring.
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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DISASSEMBLY
2. Press the disassembling latch release
WARNING
and rotate the disassembling latch
90 degrees clockwise.
Always wear eye protection that is specified for use with firearms (ANSI Z87.1+) every time you handle your
firearm for cleaning and maintenance.
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WARNING
3. Pull the slide-barrel assembly forward.
After removing the magazine, always check the chamber and make sure it is empty.
1. Before disassembly always (1) Keep your finger off or the
trigger, (2) point the muzzle in a safe direction (3) remove the
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magazine by pressing the magazine release button (4) pulling
the slide to the rear and locking back and (5) looking and feeling
the magazine well and chamber to confirm the pistol is empty.
An empty firearm cannot fire.
WARNING
NOTICE
While removing the disassembly latch, make sure that the slide won’t be damaged (scratched).
After removing the magazine, always check the chamber and make sure it is empty.
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4. Release recoil spring assembly
from its position on the bottom of
the barrel. Lift and remove it carefully.
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5. Press locking block plunger forward.
6. Remove the barrel from the slide
by pulling to the front and up.
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WARNING
No further cleaning or disassembly is recommended unless done by a qualified gunsmith.
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ASSEMBLY
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
In order to reassemble the pistol, proceed by reversing the disassembly instructions.
The firearm may be cleaned and lubricated under
DISASSEMBLING YOUR MAGAZINE
described in pages 26-28.
1. Use a punch to press the magazine plate down, then pull the magazine bottom out
In order to keep a firearm safe to use, it must be
of the magazine body.
kept clean and covered with a light film of good
quality gun oil to prevent corrosion. The barrel
WARNING
Please take care to prevent the forcible
ejection of the magazine spring plate
and compressed magazine spring.
WARNING
normal conditions with the disassembly steps
bore should be cleaned and left free of debris.
For normal cleaning, rub the pistol with a lightly
Before cleaning, (1) point the muzzle in a safe
direction, (2) keep your finger off the trigger and,
(3) remove the magazine, then (4) pull back the
slide and lock it to the rear, (5) look and feel the
magazine well and chamber to confirm the pistol
is empty. Never attempt to clean a loaded firearm.
oiled cloth. In the same way, proceed with the
bore of the barrel. Excess oil should be removed.
Dust should be removed from all crevices with a small clean brush.
Please note that a firearm with laser should not be cleaned in a well or supersonic machine that
2. Withdraw the magazine spring plate and magazine
submerges the firearm as this can damage the laser system.
spring from the magazine body. Turn the magazine
upside down and remove the magazine follower.
3. Assemble in reverse order.
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EXPLODED VIEW
PART LIST
1. SLIDE ASSEMBLY
1.1 SLIDE
1.2 EXTRACTOR
1.3 EXTRACTOR SPRING
1.4 EXTRACTOR PIN
1.5 FIRING PIN
1.6 FIRING PIN SPRING
1.7 FIRING PIN BLOCK
1.8 FIRING PIN BLOCK SPRING
1.9 FIRING PIN BLOCK PIN
1.10 REAR SIGHT ASSEMBLY
2. BARREL ASSEMBLY
2.1 BARREL
2.2 LOCKING BLOCK
2.3 LOCKING BLOCK PLUNGER
2.4 LOCKING BLOCK PLUNGER PIN
3.1 FRAME
3.2 EJECTOR
3.3 EJECTOR PIN
3.4 HAMMER
3.5 FIRING PIN BLOCK LEVER
3.6 HAMMER BUSHING
3.7 RIGHT SAFETY LATCH
3.8 HAMMER CATCH
3.9 TRIGGER
3.10 TRIGGER SPRING
3.11 TRIGGER PIN
3.12 HAMMER SPRING SUPPORT
3.13 HAMMER SPRING
3.14 HAMMER SPRING GUIDE
3.15 HAMMER SPRING SUPPORT PIN
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3.16 SLIDE CATCH
3.17 SLIDE CATCH SPRING
3.18 SEAR
3.19 SEAR SPRING
3.20 SEAR PIN
3.21 TRIGGER BAR
3.22 TRIGGER BAR SPRING
3.23 DISASSEMBLING LATCH
3.24 DISASSEMBLING LATCH RELEASE
3.25 DISASSEMBLING LATCH RELEASE SPRING
3.26 LEFT SAFETY LATCH
3.27 SAFETY SPRING
3.28 SAFETY ELASTIC PIN
3.29 MAGAZINE RELEASE ASSEMBLY
3.30 MAGAZINE RELEASE CASE PIN
3.31 SAFETY PLUNGER SPRING
3.32 SAFETY PLUNGER
3.33 HAMMER CATCH PLUNGER
3.34 HAMMER CATCH PLUNGER SPRING
3.35 RECOIL SPRING GUIDE
3.36 RECOIL SPRING
4. MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY
4.1 MAGAZINE BODY
4.2 MAGAZINE FOLLOWER
4.3 MAGAZINE SPRING
4.4 MAGAZINE BOTTOM
4.5 MAGAZINE PLATE
5 GRIPPAIR
5.1 GRIP SCREW
5.2 LEFT GRIP UPPER SCREW
5.3 LEFT GRIP UPPER BUSHING
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TAURUS SERVICE
PARTS
Should your firearm require adjustment or repair contact our Customer Care department at 800-327-3776.
Firearms require periodic maintenance, inspection, adjustment and repair. If your pistol has a malfunction,
Please follow these suggestions to expedite service in the United States to return any firearm to us for
adjustment or repair.
1. Federal law permits you to return your firearm to the manufacturer for service via common carriers.
However, state and local firearms laws vary greatly; you should consult your local prosecuting attorney
be safe. Stop firing, “clear” and unload the pistol and take it to a qualified gunsmith. Before shooting it again,
contact our Customer Care department if you have any questions.
If water, sand, or other foreign matter gets in your pistol, field strip it (see pages 26-28) and thoroughly
clean it. Failure to keep your firearm clean and in proper working order can be dangerous.
regarding any restrictive laws in your jurisdiction regarding your shipment or receipt of firearms. With the
Our Customer Care department maintains a full stock of replacement parts for current Taurus firearms.
above in mind, it is strongly recommended that any firearm sent to us for repair be sent through a federally
Even though most gunsmiths have the knowledge, training and ability to make the necessary repairs to
licensed dealer.
your firearm, the skill and workmanship of any particular gunsmith is totally beyond our control. Should
2. All firearms must be shipped to us prepaid. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT COLLECT SHIPMENTS.
3. Warranty Service: If your product is covered under the Taurus® Limited Lifetime Warranty (https://
warranty.taurususa.com ) or was manufactured prior to January 1, 2017, you must contact Taurus to receive
warranty service. You may contact Taurus by calling 800-327-3776, logging onto https://taurususa.com,
your firearm require service, return it to our Customer Care department.
Remember, unauthorized adjustments or parts replacement can void your warranty. If you choose to have
someone else do the required work, the purchaser and/or installer of parts must accept full responsibility
for the correct adjustment and function of the firearm.
or in writing: Taurus, Attn: Warranty Service, 100 Taurus Way, Bainbridge, GA 39817. Please include a
description of the claimed defect, along with your name, address, telephone number, model and serial
number of your firearm, proof of purchase, and date of purchase.
4. FIREARMS MUST BE SHIPPED UNLOADED. Double check the chambers of your firearm before
shipping. If firearms are sent to Taurus in a loaded condition, we are required by law to notify the
Federal authorities.
5. DO NOT include telescopic sights, custom grips, holsters, or other accessories with any firearm shipped
to us.
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Disclaimer and Limitation of Remedy.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY IMPARTED BY STATE LAW WILL BE LIMITED
TO ONE (1) YEAR.
Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above-limitation may
not apply to you.
ANY AND ALL INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED
UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.
Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State.
Taurus will not be responsible for:
1.
TAURUS® LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Taurus® hereby provides the following LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY, to the original purchaser of
the enclosed Taurus firearm subject to the terms and conditions set forth below. THIS IS THE ONLY
WARRANTY EXTENDED BY TAURUS COVERING THIS FIREARM.
What does the warranty cover and what is its duration?
Taurus warrants to the original purchaser that the enclosed firearm was made free of defects in material,
function, and workmanship. Taurus promises to remedy any defect in material, function or workmanship for
Defects or malfunctions resulting from careless handling, unauthorized adjustments or modifications.
2. Use of defective or improper ammunition, reloaded ammunition, corrosion, neglect, abuse, ordinary
wear and tear or unreasonable use.
3. Criminal misuse, negligence or use under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
How do you obtain warranty service?
The warranty becomes effective only if activated by the original purchaser within thirty (30) days of
the purchase date by registering online at: https://warranty.taurususa.com or by calling Taurus at
800-327-3776.
the entire time that the original purchaser owns the firearm. This warranty covers the firearm’s finish, grips,
You must contact Taurus to receive warranty service. You may contact Taurus by calling 800-327-3776,
magazines, sights or accessories for the first year. Any claims of defect related to lasers must be directed
logging onto https://taurususa.com, or in writing: Taurus, Attn: Warranty Service, 100 Taurus Way,
to the manufacturer of the laser. This warranty terminates automatically upon the transfer of this firearm to
Bainbridge, GA 39817. Please include a description of the claimed defect, along with your name, address,
any individual or entity other than the original purchaser.
telephone number, model and serial number of your firearm, proof of purchase, and date of purchase.
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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NOTES
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Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger.
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IMPORTANT
DO NOT DISCARD
KEEP THIS MANUAL WITH THE FIREARM
UPON CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP.
TAURUS ARMAS, S.A.
Av. São Borja, 2181 – Prédio A
São Leopoldo/Fazenda São Borja
Rio Grande do Sul
93.035-411
Brasil
TAURUS INTERNATIONAL
MANUFACTURING, INC.
100 Taurus Way
Bainbridge, GA 39817
Telephone: 1-800-327-3776
TAURUSUSA.COM
MKG50030 REV. 4
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