Mec-Gar Adds Taurus 738 Magazine

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posted on July 28, 2016
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Mec-Gar USA recently announced the addition of a six-round Taurus 738 magazine to its product line. The Taurus PT738, also called the 738 TCP, is a popular choice in the .380 ACP pocket pistol market.

According to Mec-Gar USA national sales manager David Larson, the magazine has the high quality and attention to detail expected of Mec-Gar magazines, with the following attributes:

  • Body manufactured from carbon steel
  • Polished, blued finish to ensure easy loading and feeding into the pistol
  • Spring manufactured from Type D music wire
  • Removable, high-impact polymer baseplate for ease of cleaning
  • High-visibility follower for empty-magazine detectability
  • Numbered witness holes for remaining-round calculation

"We are always looking to offer new and popular products to our customers," Larson said. "With the popularity of the Taurus PT738 pistol we believe this new magazine is perfect to offer at this time."

MSRP: $19.95. This magazine is currently available.

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