Taurus G2C 9mm Sub-Compact Pistol

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Buy this firearm from Vance Outdoors and receive these additional items free.

This package comes with (1) SnapSafe Lock Box, and (1) Winchester Cleaning Kit.

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Product Description

What's in the Box

  • Taurus G2C 9mm Sub-Compact Pistol
  • (2) 12 Round Magazines
  • Cable Lock
  • Owner's Manual

The G2C is an updated model of the PT-111 G2, one of Taurus' most popular semi-automatic handguns. A more durable finish has been added to the new & improved slide, which features a stamped version of the new Taurus logo. The G2C no longer includes the Taurus security key, as it has been removed. 

With its lightweight 22 oz. polymer frame, thin profile, and ramped 3.2 inch barrel, G2C from Taurus is the ideal concealed carry handgun. The G2C features an accessory rail, high-profile sights, an aggressive, textured grip and melted edges for added comfort and easy concealment.

Firearm Specifications

  • Model: G2C
  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Barrel Length: 3.2"
  • Overall Length: 6.2"
  • Frame: Black Polymer
  • Sights: 3-Dot Adjustable Rear
  • Magazine Capacity: 12 Rounds
  • Number of Magazines: 2

Customer Comments

Customer Reviews

(5 out of 5) It's a great gun for the money
by from Columbus, Ohio on

This is a great gun for the money. I own a Springfield XD 45, a Beretta APX 9 mm compact, and two of these. Lots of features, never jams, can’t miss with this choice! YouTube reviewers love it

(5 out of 5) Excellent value
by from Groveport, Ohio on

This little compact is a great gun. It has some weight to it, has 2x12 round magazines, and is fairly well balanced. The slide is a little firm but racking it isn't a problem. I prefer a little feedback personally. The trigger, while it looks odd, feels surprisingly comfortable and the grip is great for a larger hand. Picked mine up in Obetz and am very happy. 

(5 out of 5) First gun
by from Columbus, Ohio on

My husband and I bought or first guns at the Obetz location. I chose this one, he chose the one with the stainless slide. I had done a lot of research and watched countless reviews so we knew these were what we wanted for our first guns. Took them to Virginia and broke them in down there, and just completed our CCW class/range time with them yesterday.
Although we haven't put a ton of rounds through them they fire great, we have had no problems. Fit great in our hands and the slide racks pretty easily once you get used to it. Still trying to break in the springs on the magazines those suckers are FIRM, but overall happy with our purchase.
We were helped by a guy named Val, who was awesome. If you're thinking about getting this gun do it. I don't think you'll regret it.

(5 out of 5) Nice for the price
by from Columbus, OH on

For the price, it's a nice firearm. It has a manual safety, a trigger safety, and a loaded chamber safety. It's a bit top heavy, but that's expected when you have a composite body. The trigger pull is really long and relaxed until the end, and the grip is actually nice sized once the magazine inserted. I have a 4 wide palm at its largest.

(4 out of 5) Outstanding Gun
by from Columbus, Ohio on

Would have given an overall rating of 5 but the trigger is just not working for me. Way to much take up. However, that being said I took it to the range and did well shooting it, but just can't get use to the trigger. So the first thing I did was order a replacement trigger to shorten up the slack.

 Best carry gun I've ever had. Enjoy shooting it. For the price of $179.00 after the rebate, I may go back and pick up another one. Two of these for the price of one Glock. Buy one, if you can deal with the trigger you won't be disappointed.

(5 out of 5) Value & Quality
by from Cambridge, Ohio on

This is a great little gun. It is well made of good materials. It is the ideal CC weapon. Easy to conceal and holds 12+1 rounds. Takes a little practice to get used to the trigger but not much. Highly recommend.

(5 out of 5) Great Ccw
by from Columbus, Ohio on

Purchased from Vance's and have at least 50 rounds with no misfire. Great little gun for the price.

(4 out of 5) Easy as pie
by from Columbus, Ohio on

This handgun is pretty good. It was easy to load the magazine. The accuracy is not too bad all things considered. The recoil is minimal. The slide is fairly easy but then again I expect some difficulty with a new gun. I would suggest getting this one to keep in the night stand. Overall, it's not too bad for the money.

(5 out of 5) Great gun
by from Galloway, Ohio on

Ok I got this gun on sale, and I have Beretta,Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig, and Ruger I've heard horror stories about Taurus. Let me tell u for the money this gun is fun to shoot and 500 rounds and not one issue. I would recommend this.

(5 out of 5) First gun
by from Buckeye Lake, OH on

I bought this model to get my CCW license and could not be happier. I definitely recommend buying this model.

(5 out of 5) love the Taurus now!
by from columbus, oh on

First I want to say I was apprehensive about buying a Taurus based on their previous history took a chance bought the G2C I have fed multiple different rounds through it no issues. I did do some upgrades to the weapon. Definitely give it five stars would definitely buy again

(5 out of 5) Great gun for the price
by from Columbus, Ohio on

Was getting mixed suggestions prior to buying the Taurus G2C. Shot it 3 days after I bought it and made my decision. I love it and its very light even loaded. Will buy Taurus again in the future. Great gun for the price.

(5 out of 5) One of the best
by from Columbus, Ohio on

Upgraded keep tinkering trigger, pseudo backstrap. Lakeline firing pin stainless holder, stainless recoil spring. Love this want another asap the wife wants my g2c over my p365 but I dont want to give it up. Probably grab a g3c maybe a toro probably both.. depending how the 1000 round reviews turn out.

(5 out of 5) Concealed carry
by from New Holland, Ohio on

I bought this to use as my conceal carry weapon. I can say that it is a great handgun. Thinking about buying on for my wife. Very reliable and accurate. Easy to clean and maintain. Evenly balanced.

(5 out of 5) Quality
by from Granville, OH on

Buy this gun! You will not be sorry.

It is similar in quality to a Glock or a S&W but with a price tag you would see on a low quality pistol. I have nothing bad to say about this gun.

(5 out of 5) Great gun for the price
by from Whitehall, Ohio on

Picked this up on a trade and absolutely love it. The texture grip feels great, the trigger is really nice, and it shoots like a dream. Thinking of picking up a G3C next.

(3 out of 5) My Taurus
by from Columbus, Ohio on

I like the gun, which has a decent size grip. The problem I'm having with the gun is that it's jamming way too much...and when, racked the shell being discharged from the chamber. When the trigger is pulled the bullet is not always discharged from the chamber. If the situation improves I'll let you know but at present time I'm unable to recommend purchasing this 9mm!

(3 out of 5) Not all That
by from Columbus, Ohio on

Bought recently at Vance’s. Great store.

Only shot 100 rounds through it and was not very impressed. The good news is, if you want an inexpensive compact handgun I’m sure it will fit the bill, but compacts, in general, have many drawbacks. The slide release is actually only a slide catch. Super stiff to operate as release. Magazine springs were so tight I could only get 10 rounds in them. Pointability and aimability are not good due to short sight radius. Very hard to grip due to size. Make sure to get your pinky out of the way before slapping a magazine in. Easy to pinch.

For a backup gun or close encounters gun it is fine. But for ease of use and operation I give it a 1. Of course lots of compacts have all these same issues. I come from using Berettas that have good size, good weight, and oversized controls so operation is a breeze. If you are going from a full size to a compact, you will have to make major adjustments. You can get used to most handguns and I’m sure this would be no exception. I think I am just spoiled by full size handguns.