Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

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Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by ashrafi1 » Thu Jun 27, 2024 5:59 pm

Dear All,

As you already know Taurus pistol .32 has been launched by Jindal in India,the pistol seems to look very promising.

Would it be good for an everyday carry?Apart from it what advantages or shortfalls it has over other similiar pistols.

I would greatly appreciate the knowledgeable here to share their thoughts on it please.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by pawan1981 » Tue Jul 02, 2024 11:48 pm

ashrafi1 wrote:
Thu Jun 27, 2024 5:59 pm
Dear All,

As you already know Taurus pistol .32 has been launched by Jindal in India,the pistol seems to look very promising.

Would it be good for an everyday carry?Apart from it what advantages or shortfalls it has over other similiar pistols.

I would greatly appreciate the knowledgeable here to share their thoughts on it please.

Thanks in advance.
its very good pistol and budget friendly pistol.
The best Indian .32 pistol available till now.

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by MAGNUM » Wed Jul 03, 2024 12:26 am

pawan1981 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 11:48 pm
ashrafi1 wrote:
Thu Jun 27, 2024 5:59 pm
Dear All,

As you already know Taurus pistol .32 has been launched by Jindal in India,the pistol seems to look very promising.

Would it be good for an everyday carry?Apart from it what advantages or shortfalls it has over other similiar pistols.

I would greatly appreciate the knowledgeable here to share their thoughts on it please.

Thanks in advance.
its very good pistol and budget friendly pistol.
The best Indian .32 pistol available till now.
Mr Pawan , still awaiting your review of the MSD Falcon that you bought recently.

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by WhoCantBeNamed » Wed Jul 03, 2024 4:34 pm

pawan1981 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 11:48 pm
its very good pistol and budget friendly pistol.
The best Indian .32 pistol available till now.
What is the approximate going price currently of the same?

Thanks.

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by MAGNUM » Wed Jul 03, 2024 5:39 pm

WhoCantBeNamed wrote:
Wed Jul 03, 2024 4:34 pm
pawan1981 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 11:48 pm
its very good pistol and budget friendly pistol.
The best Indian .32 pistol available till now.
What is the approximate going price currently of the same?

Thanks.
Around 2.30L

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by WhoCantBeNamed » Wed Jul 03, 2024 6:03 pm

MAGNUM wrote:
Wed Jul 03, 2024 5:39 pm
WhoCantBeNamed wrote:
Wed Jul 03, 2024 4:34 pm
What is the approximate going price currently of the same?
Thanks.
Around 2.30L
Thanks! :cheers:

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by pawan1981 » Wed Jul 03, 2024 8:52 pm

WhoCantBeNamed wrote:
Wed Jul 03, 2024 4:34 pm
pawan1981 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 11:48 pm
its very good pistol and budget friendly pistol.
The best Indian .32 pistol available till now.
What is the approximate going price currently of the same?

Thanks.
2 lakh to 2.3 L

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by pawan1981 » Wed Jul 03, 2024 9:02 pm

MAGNUM wrote:
Wed Jul 03, 2024 12:26 am
pawan1981 wrote:
Tue Jul 02, 2024 11:48 pm
ashrafi1 wrote:
Thu Jun 27, 2024 5:59 pm
Dear All,

As you already know Taurus pistol .32 has been launched by Jindal in India,the pistol seems to look very promising.

Would it be good for an everyday carry?Apart from it what advantages or shortfalls it has over other similiar pistols.

I would greatly appreciate the knowledgeable here to share their thoughts on it please.

Thanks in advance.
its very good pistol and budget friendly pistol.
The best Indian .32 pistol available till now.
Mr Pawan , still awaiting your review of the MSD Falcon that you bought recently.

yes sir
Falcon is a good pistol, I have fired 54 rounds, no problem , but I have also fired TT, .45 colt M1911, so my mindset is like that, I gave 7.5 points out of 10 points, fit and finish is good and easy to carry. There is a slight problem with the 10 round magazine. I have given feedback to MSD to fix it.
for me Nanda's cheetah looks more promising.

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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by joydeepm » Sun Jul 07, 2024 6:24 pm

We bought one today, for my wife. Personally I am not a fan of higher calibres than 0.32 because of ammo availability and price. Concealed carry was a priority too. Loved the 30 cal by MSD but the caliber over penetrates and is not ideal in an SD situation. After agonising over the decision for months - finally settled for 32 cal. For me it was a practical decision taking into consideration ammo availability and price.

Saw all the available models, stripped some, tried draw and balance and trust me nothing quite lives up to the PT 57 SC by JD Taurus. Awesome build quality and balance. Only drawback is double stack mag makes the grip bulkier and smaller hands shall struggle . The pistol is not too heavy , not too light and strikes the sweet spot. A friend has now put thru more than 100 rounds and all seems well . Anyways I don’t think we shall fire more than 100 rounds a year thru this being an SD pistol and the fact that ammo quota and absurd laws prevent serious practice for non renowned shots .

Ambidextrous safety, hammer decocker, round in chamber indicator , brushed silver barrel and slide , customisable mag release - nothing not to like in a package costing 2.2 lacs. Unless something goes wrong terribly - I think we have a winner here.

Don’t like the grips - to plasticky. Premium soft silicon feel would have been preferred
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Re: Thoughts on the new Taurus Jindal pistol

Post by pawan1981 » Sun Jul 07, 2024 8:47 pm

joydeepm wrote:
Sun Jul 07, 2024 6:24 pm
We bought one today, for my wife. Personally I am not a fan of higher calibres than 0.32 because of ammo availability and price. Concealed carry was a priority too. Loved the 30 cal by MSD but the caliber over penetrates and is not ideal in an SD situation. After agonising over the decision for months - finally settled for 32 cal. For me it was a practical decision taking into consideration ammo availability and price.

Saw all the available models, stripped some, tried draw and balance and trust me nothing quite lives up to the PT 57 SC by JD Taurus. Awesome build quality and balance. Only drawback is double stack mag makes the grip bulkier and smaller hands shall struggle . The pistol is not too heavy , not too light and strikes the sweet spot. A friend has now put thru more than 100 rounds and all seems well . Anyways I don’t think we shall fire more than 100 rounds a year thru this being an SD pistol and the fact that ammo quota and absurd laws prevent serious practice for non renowned shots .

Ambidextrous safety, hammer decocker, round in chamber indicator , brushed silver barrel and slide , customisable mag release - nothing not to like in a package costing 2.2 lacs. Unless something goes wrong terribly - I think we have a winner here.

Don’t like the grips - to plasticky. Premium soft silicon feel would have been preferred
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