We may cut a gun some slack on fit and finish due to price, but not a heavier trigger action and reliability. Cycle and feed reliability is good with the GX4, but the action failed to reset. While this is an easy fix, the pistol ended up at the bottom of the test due to this malfunction.
In a rush to get the first GX4XL in the state, we probably paid $20 too much. Our version is not optics ready, with the Taurus Optics Ready Option (TORO) version costing $40 more. Taurus International has designed this as a head-to-head competitor with the SIG P365XL and Glock 43X/Glock 48 class, as well as the Springfield Hellcat.