New For 2022: Taurus USA 327

posted on January 19, 2022
Taurus Usa 327 Revolver F

The .327 Fed. Mag. offers one of the best balances of stopping power and manageable recoil in any of today's modern defensive cartridges, and Taurus USA is now offering several revolvers chambered in the hot round and sized right for daily carry. The Taurus 327 revolver is a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) revolver available with either a 2" or 3" barrel and featuring either a matte-black or stainless-steel finish.

Built with a six-round cylinder, the Taurus 327 is not only capable of accommodating the underrated .327 Fed. Mag., it can also accommodate .32 H&R Magnum and .32 S&W cartridges as well. Recoil is well-managed, thanks to the addition of a rubber grip complete with finger grooves on the front strap, texturing on the sides and a serrated backstrap that all work in concert to provide a comfortable, stable grip. A serrated front sight reduces glare but is still easily visible through the rear sight channel cut into the revolver's top strap.

Each Taurus 327 revolver is equipped with a transfer-bar safety and measures 6.55" long, 1.41" wide and 4.8" high. Unloaded, the gun measures 31.6 ozs. Suggested retail price on the new gun is $388.32. For more information, visit


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