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    Taurus TH 9mm

    I'm on the verge of another Taurus purchase. I bought my first Taurus last Tuesday, a PT1911. I'm seriously considering about a Taurus TH. Who has one? Are you happy with it? https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/tau...dCatid=5219062
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    I have both the TH9 and the TH9c. The TH9 I keep in my office or shoot at the range, but the TH9c is small enough to be a good CCW. Both are easy for me to handle and I have yet to have a problem with either gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlr110 View Post
    I have both the TH9 and the TH9c. The TH9 I keep in my office or shoot at the range, but the TH9c is small enough to be a good CCW. Both are easy for me to handle and I have yet to have a problem with either gun.
    That's good to hear. I've read lots of reviews, all positive. Thanks for your help!

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    I picked up a TH9c several months ago. I have less than a thousand rounds through it, trouble free. It is in my carry battery now. It's plenty accurate enough for self defense, carries well OWB under a long tail polo shirt. I really like it. I have acquired several 17 round and several 13 round mags for it, mostly carry the 13 rounders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Keith View Post
    That's good to hear. I've read lots of reviews, all positive. Thanks for your help!
    You and I are in the same area, what range do you use? Most of the time I go to the Shoot Smart Indoor Range near Keller or if the weather is nice I might use the outdoor range at Quail Creek just off I-35 at CO RD 1171.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlr110 View Post
    You and I are in the same area, what range do you use? Most of the time I go to the Shoot Smart Indoor Range near Keller or if the weather is nice I might use the outdoor range at Quail Creek just off I-35 at CO RD 1171.
    When I go to a range I go to Alpine gun range in Tarrant county. We live in an unincorporated part of Johnson County and most of my handgunning is at home.
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    Thank you all for the input. I'll be getting one of these for sure.
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    I think it would look cooler with a ring hammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Keith View Post
    Thank you all for the input. I'll be getting one of these for sure.
    I think I agree with you!

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    Th9C here, it's a very solid, well built gun, I've handled guns twice as expensive that felt flimsier and sloppier than the TH.
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