Taurus Adds New Colors to 856UL Revolver Line

Taurus Adds New Colors to 856UL Revolver Line
Taurus Adds New Colors to 856UL Revolver Line

Miami, FL-(Ammoland.com)- Since its introduction, the Taurus 856 has become a top choice for concealed carry practitioners who favor the straightforward performance of a revolver in a manageable, lightweight package. Now, Taurus continues to expand the 856UL revolver line with the new Cobalt Blue color.

The spurred hammer action 856 revolver is now available in stylish Cobalt Blue anodized finish to provide consumers with a sleek custom handgun look. The model is offered with either matte black carbon steel or matte stainless-steel cylinders and barrels.

Taurus Adds New Colors to 856UL Revolver Line
Taurus Adds New Colors to 856UL Revolver Line

Designed for both comfortable carry and comfortable shooting in a compact platform, the 856UL revolvers utilize an aluminum frame to reduce weight. To mitigate felt recoil and to provide a solid, no-slip purchase, the 856UL features a soft, ergonomic rubber grip. The cylinder holds six rounds of .38 Special +P while the spurred hammer provides DA/SA action. An integrated rear sight channel and low serrated ramp front sight combine with a smoothly curved trigger guard to maintain a discrete profile for IWB or OWB carry.

For a limited time, the Cobalt Blue handguns are available with a $25 rebate for the black carbon steel model or a $30 rebate for the matte stainless-steel model through end of September, 2019.

For more info on the new 856UL revolvers or to view the full line of 856 models, visit taurususa.com.


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Taurus Holdings, Inc. (“Taurus”) and its subsidiaries 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 is based in Miami, Florida. Taurus is owned by Taurus Armas, S.A. which is a publicly-traded company based in Brazil. Taurus Armas S.A. manufactures a wide variety of consumer and industrial products that are distributed worldwide.

For additional information, visit www.taurususa.com.

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    Ej harbet
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    Ej harbet

    Women and the kids! Bah.
    As for properly colored guns,from my cold dead hands!

    FowlPlay
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    FowlPlay

    Color options are nice, it’s the performance that matters with any weapon of choice…

    grim reaper
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    grim reaper

    Seems a poor choice as the blue is used for plastic training guns and other non lethal models as to be readily identified as a non functioning weapon. This seems to just blur the safety incorporated by the blue color of those mock ups.