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I'm planning on buying a 24/7 this year. I already own a PT111. I can't decide whether to buy the 40 or 45. I have a Ruger P944 in 40 cal already but I want a 40 or 45 in a polymer framed gun. I'm somewhat curious about 40 and 45 calibers recoil in a polymer frame; have anyone found this to be a problem?
 

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I too have put about 800 rounds through my 24/7 Pro and it handles recoil like a Corvette hugs the road.....it's like a wet dream. :thumb: I really liked my Ruger 45, but I LOVE my Taurus with 12 + 1. If you can't get it done with that, you should have grabbed your carbine......
 

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JMJ2 said:
I'm planning on buying a 24/7 this year. I already own a PT111. I can't decide whether to buy the 40 or 45. I have a Ruger P944 in 40 cal already but I want a 40 or 45 in a polymer framed gun. I'm somewhat curious about 40 and 45 calibers recoil in a polymer frame; have anyone found this to be a problem?
My 2/7 Pro in .40 is a really nice gun. It has a dual stage guide rod spring which helps tame recoil. I'm happy with the .40
 

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I enjoy shooting my .45. The recoil is manageable.
 

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I'll probaly get the 40 cal because Taurus sells a compact version. Thanks for the advice.
 

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I enjoy shooting my .45. The recoil is manageable.
Mind if I ask your body and hand size? I stayed away from the .45 based on my son's HK USP Tactical in .45 and it was a bit much; that's why I chose a .40.

Thanks in advance.
 

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I have the 24/7 in a 40 love it. Thinking of getting a 24/7 c in a 40 also. Wanted to get the c in a 45 but not an option.
 
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