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    Millenium pro trigger pull?

    Howdy Fellows, I am in the Market for a new Carry Gun, My SIG 229 is just too heavy and i do not trust my Kahr CW9, i am looking into the Millenium series of Pistols, i thought i would have hated them based on popular gossip, but last week i handled one at the Fun Store and i must say i were rather impressed with both the quality of the gun and the big surprise were the trigger pull, i thought i would have hated the trigger but it were rather nice, long but clean take up with a nice light strike at the end. Are yours like this or its just the one at the store that i handled? Are yours reliable? Accurate?

    I would appreciate your opinion on the 9mm or .45 , THanks.

    Ricey Brown

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I have the 9mm, purchased for my better half. Trigger is just how you explained it. I havent shot it yet due to all this snow/ice on the ground at the ranges!! Come on warm weather!!

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I have been carrying a 3rd gen PT 111 in various holsters for about 10 months. Love it. Relatively light weight. With a Crossbreed Super Tuck hardly notice it. Have found the gun very reliable after getting used to the Heine sights. IMHO it's a great carry gun.
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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I purchased a PT111 3rd Gen a week ago today. It was a toss-up between it and the Slim. I figured I could easily deal with the tad more thickness to get the higher capacity that I was looking for. The PT111 won out and has not disappointed me at all.
    I cleaned it as soon as I got home, added a Hogue Handall Jr. to it and immediately went out back and ran 100 rounds thru it...no jams, no FTE, no FTFs, nada...just "bang" everytime I pulled the trigger. Yesterday, I put another 250 rounds thru it... this time with various style ammo. Same thing, it just goes "bang" without a any hiccups whatsoever.
    I did notice that near the end of the last session, the gun was really beginning to smooth out and shoot even better.
    The trigger is just as you stated and it ate everything I tossed in it.
    Accurate as can be. The Straight 8 sights were right on target, but my poor, old-age eyes want something better.
    I wanted a less-expensive, accurate, reliable, hi-cap, easy to conceal pistol.
    The PT111 has, so far, delivered up to all my expectations and has pleasantly surprised me.
    Great little pistol that is really fun to shoot and I have no regrets in buying it.
    I don't think you'll be disappointed in it.

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I have had a S&W CS45 for years but recently (considering weight and capacity) bought a Taurus PT145 for my primary CC.

    I'm keeping the CS45 too - it's a great gun too - just a little heavy.

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricey
    Howdy Fellows, I am in the Market for a new Carry Gun, My SIG 229 is just too heavy and i do not trust my Kahr CW9, i am looking into the Millenium series of Pistols, i thought i would have hated them based on popular gossip, but last week i handled one at the Fun Store and i must say i were rather impressed with both the quality of the gun and the big surprise were the trigger pull, i thought i would have hated the trigger but it were rather nice, long but clean take up with a nice light strike at the end. Are yours like this or its just the one at the store that i handled? Are yours reliable? Accurate?

    I would appreciate your opinion on the 9mm or .45 , THanks.

    Ricey Brown
    I'm curious. Why don't you trust the CW9? If it's giving you problems, I understand, but mine has been perfect through 400+ rounds of FMJ and various HP's. In fact, I sold my PF9, because the CW9 is almost the same size and only a bit heavier.

    I say I understand, because my new PT745 went back to Taurus yesterday, after numerous failures to feed and a few mag drops over 262 rounds. When it gets back, fixed or not, I'm going to sell or trade it for another 40 or 45. It's the first pistol that has given me a problem in many years. In defense of Taurus, I will say that my 24/7 Pro c 45 has been perfect so far.

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I carry a PT145 and couldn`t be happier. This gun is fairly light for a .45 and the trigger smooth. Personally, I would buy the 145, but you should buy what you are most comfortable with. This much I can tell you, the recoil is very easy to manage. Good luck with your purchase.
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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I enjoy shooting my 145...I was leary at first with all the bitching about the quality of the Taurus pistols. Always yells "bang" on every pull. A great buy for CCW.

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    I have been using my PT111 Pro as my primary CCW for several months now. 500+ rds thru it with no problems. Trigger is smooth and light. It is a great gun.

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    Re: Millenium pro trigger pull?

    PT111 Pro gen 3 for me. I love it.

    There is a lot of uptake [length to move from start to finish] on the trigger (safer this way). I like to stage the trigger near the final rearward position of the pull....gives me a more accurate shot (less room for movement of the gun on uptake).
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