Taurus 992 Tracker

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Summary: The description, specs, MSRP and photos of the Taurus 992 Tracker revolver, plus user ratings and user comments.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Taurus 992 Tracker revolver quickly transforms from .22 LR to .22 WMR with its button-release nine-shot cylinder.

Built on an ordnance-grade steel frame, it comes equipped with the exclusive Taurus Ribber Grip that reduces felt recoil. Additional features include a single-action/double-action trigger, low-profile adjustable sights and a vent-rib that accommodates an optional scope mount base.

The 992 Tracker is available in blue or stainless steel finish. Like all Taurus handguns, the DT Revolver comes standard with the unique onboard Taurus Security System that allows users to securely lock the gun using a key lock.

The Specs
Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Weight
.22 LR, .22 WMR 9 8.9″ 4″ 55 oz.
.22 LR, .22 WMR 9 11.4″ 6.5″ 55 oz.


MSRP: $545 (blue)
MSRP: $592 (stainless)

Other .22 caliber Trackers by Taurus include the 990 Tracker and the 991 Tracker.

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5 thoughts on “Taurus 992 Tracker

  1. Al Messina

    I have the Tarus 992 6 1/2 BBL.For a week now had it out four times I had no problems using the 22lr. and the 22 mag.I find the gun to be very accurate using the two calibers .I have a very large hand ,I wish the grips were about one inch longer,I am sure some company will make an aftermarket set of grips that will fit me better. I gave the Tarus 992 a rating of 10.

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  2. Bob in NH

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    The Hogue #73000 is made to fit the Taurus Tracker frame. I have them on a 971 and prefer them to the Ribber grips. Longer, but not an inch longer. HTH

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  3. Don Deffenbaugh

    Having trouble with the mag cylinder only firing 8 out of 9 shells. Anybody with suggestions.

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  4. Lou Newton

    I just bought a 992 a couple of weeks ago. I am very impressed with it. It has match grade accuracy. I shot seven kinds of 22 ammo at 25 yards and they all went into three inch bull. I shot standing up and offhand. Some brands did much better, but all of them went to the point of aim with no adjustment to the sights from the factory.

    But even more impressive when I tried 4 brands of 22 mag they all went into the same 3″ bull with no adjustment to the sights. It is impressive to change cylinders and not have to adjust the sights.

    The cylinder gap was very small (one to two thousandths) and stayed the same with both cylinders. The lock up is very tight.

    The revolver is very handsome and I will keep this one. I am mounting a scope on it as soon as the parts come in.

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  5. Karl Brumbach

    Brand new. 50 rounds and the LR cylinder started dragging. Could fire double action only! Put the Mag cylinder in. it would rotate smoothly for a few rounds then it would drag heavingly. The cylinder started licking up in between alingments. I cleaned the gun thourghly. Both cylinders will rotate stiff but freely empty. Load the gun and it will sporadically drag or lock up. The gun isn’t right. As it is, it is a $550 club. Our Taurus PT92 AF is flawless.

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