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So my brother in law wants to buy a new pistol (He has Glock, HK, Colt, Calico, Kimber, Sig, ECT.) but when he handled my 24/7 pro .45 he really liked it and i told him the prices on them he said why not. now when he first heard i got a taurus he told me there JUNK and after i told him they really arent and thats just Glock, XD owner Propaganda for the most part he changed his mind well now he wants a pro C in 9 or 45 but i dont own a C so a few ?'s

1. What is the capacity on the 9 ( i read on the .45 its 12 but thats off the website and everyone knows were that can be a problem.)

2. Any bugs Taurus didnt work out being newer than the reg. 24/7's

3. how is the recoil on the 9's and 40's

4. are they good for conceal carry ( i know the mill pros are smaller but im just not a fan of the mill any more seems to me they will be phased out in the next 3 years or so)

and please tell all you want. I dont want to have a new member to the Taurus family who buyes a gun and has a lot of problems with it, especially since he bashed on them before he truly looked at them
 

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I have had a 24/7 pro C 9mm for about 3 months and I love it. I'll try to answer your questions the best I can.

1. It came with two clips, standard is 12+1 and the extended is 17+1.
2. I haven't found any flaws or bugs so far, put 200 rounds through it.
3. The recoil on the 9mm is comparable to a Glock 19 that I've shot.
4. If I were to CC a gun, it would be something smaller like a Kel-Tec PF-9 or a Sig P239. Yes, the "C" is for compact, but its still bulky.

I hope this helps your brother make the purchase!
 

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-Actually the smaller clip is 13+1
-I got the 9mm Pro C and love it. I have put 250rds through it and it has performed flawlessly
-The recoil is no more than any other 9mm I have shot
-It carries pretty well too, but I am ~250lbs. I was originally looking to get a Kahr CW9 but after fondling both I decided on the 24/7 (the Kahr is quite a bit smaller but capacity sucks and the feel in my hand was not as I thought it would be)
 

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Yup - 13+1 on the stock magazine; 17+1 on the expanded capacity.

Ditto on the other observations. I have very small paws, but find the grip to be perfect for me. The 9mm 24/7 Pro C is my daily carry. And while I'm not overly concerned with it's concealability, I find it works perfectly as a CCW for me.

I don't think your bro-in-law will be disappointed.
 

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I love my 24/7 C Stainless 9mm!

As for the .45, I'm willing to bet that the flush fit mag is going to be a 10 rounds and the mag it comes with will be the same as the full sized mag (12 rounds).
 
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