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Taurus Model 738 TCP Stainless .380 ACP 6+1 
by Joseph S
Date Added: Friday 18 March, 2011
After reading lots of online reviews I was very concerned that I'd actually get a good TCP. Seems these things are hit or miss, so to speak. As soon as I received it I broke it down and cleaned all the excess oil off. It was really loaded with oil, especially the mags. I took it to the range and put some Winchester FMJ, Remington FMJ, Federal FMJ and Federal HP ammo through it. I fired 156 rounds total that first day without one single malfunction. Got that? NOT ONE MALFUNCTION.
The only issue I had, which is probably true for many compact auto's, is that it can have trouble feeding the first round into the chamber. I found if I racked it "like a man" and really let the slide fly, it would almost always chamber the first time. Once the first round is chambered, it feeds the entire mag flawlessly. Compared to the Ruger LCP the TCP is much more comfortable to shoot. I could have never fired 156 rounds from my friends Ruger without regretting it later.