Taurus' New 10mm Bull – Introducing the TH10 DA/SA Pistol

Luke C.
by Luke C.

Taurus has been putting much effort into broadening its options throughout the US handgun market. With great introductions like the Taurus GX4 in the micro compact category, and the earlier release of the similar TH45 chambered in 45 ACP, it’s only natural that Taurus has now made the decision to finally make their very first 10mm handgun – the TH10. This new double-action/single-action polymer frame handgun features a combination de-cocker/safety so that you can carry the handgun “cocked and locked,” or de-cocked in DA mode with the safety off.

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Taurus’ New 10mm Bull – Introducing the TH10 DA/SA Handgun

It’s a well known fact that 10mm is the best MM, at least according to 10mm enthusiasts. We agree, which is why we’re launching the TH10, expanding our popular TH line to the potent 10mm cartridge.

Suitable for personal protection from both two legged and four legged threats, the TH10 uses the existing sturdy framework from the TH series that holds up to thousands of rounds without complaint. The initial trigger pull is a smooth double action, and then the subsequent follow up shots break cleanly in single action. Plus, like all other TH pistols, the TH10’s thumb safety doubles as a decocker, safely lowering the hammer. Or, carrying the gun cocked and locked just like you’d carry a Taurus 1911.

If you’re just now getting into 10mm or you’ve been a fan for ages, you’re going to love the new Taurus TH10.

The new Taurus TH10 will ship with two 15-round magazines, drift adjustable rear sights, front fixed sight (the website says it is drift adjustable but the photos clearly show a fixed front), and an ambidextrous safety/decocker. Much like the TH45, the TH10 lacks forward slide serrations like later iterations of the Taurus G3 series and the more modern GX4 series of handguns. The new handgun, despite its polymer frame weighs in at a whopping 28.5 ounces unloaded and has an overall length of 7.8 inches and an overall height of just under six inches – this ain’t a small handgun. Some may say unnecessary, but for enthusiasts of the 10mm cartridge, there aren’t a lot of industry options for a hammer-fired thumb safety option out there.

The Taurus TH10 10mm handgun is available for purchase now from any of Taurus’ dealers for an asking MSRP of $529.99 making it the least expensive semi-auto 10mm handgun on the market. While you could carry one of these gigantic handguns for self-defense against human threats, 10mm is most often carried these days by people who are looking to use it for four-legged predator defense when hunting. For more information on the new Taurus TH10, you can visit the product page here.

Luke C.
Luke C.

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  • River_rover River_rover on Dec 28, 2023

    People keep telling me the 10mm is almost....or just as.....or even more powerful than the .357. If true I don't want one that weighs 28.5 oz. My 66-4 weighs 40 and it punishes after awhile.

  • PatMcMayhem PatMcMayhem on Dec 30, 2023

    Isn't the Hi-Point 10mm a cheaper pistol?