I am from Sugar Land, TX. I am an enthusiast who owns several assorted pieces - including my newest edition, a Taurus PT-145. I have been pursuing my CHL since early April (taking the class, submitting the paperwork, etc.) and am waiting for the DPS to finish processing my application (yes, it is common for it to take this long). While I wait, I have been looking for the best CCW option. I had settled on the new Ruger LCP, but reconsidered after reading several articles by the pros about recommended CC options. Nearly all of them recommended something heftier for a primary CCW that a .380. As a result, I ended up owning my first Taurus. I am a dedicated Ruger man at heart, but couldn't pass up the super sub-compact, punch packing PT-145. In the process of doing my research on the PT-145, I found a Shooting Times article from 2000 when Taurus debuted the new line that showed a picture of the PT-145 in Titanium. Would anybody happen to know if Taurus put any of these into production? Obviously, they moved ahead with the 9mm, but evidently, chose to deep six the .45 cal version. What was the reason for this? The PT-145 in Titanium would have been interesting weapon, to say the least. Thanks for any feedback.