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well after searching for a compact wit a safety all I could find was millenium pro. I do own and like Taurus but I'm not sure how happy I am I went this route.
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Well if you're not sure if you're happy then you are probably not happy.
Make you feel good about it...okay----I have a PT145 for over a year now with no issues and I trust my life with it. That should work. :)
 

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Only had my PT111, since October. It is my only semi auto, and failure free.

Your results may not match, but if not, Taurus can fix the problem.
 

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Im Happy with mine.Only you can resolve that, i hate to say it but its true.
 

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I guess I had so many choices but the Taurus made the most sense. I love my 24/7 and I hope the millenium will be even better. I'm just question whenever I dish out a few hundred bucks. This is also my first concealed pistol so I'm just hoping I went iin the right direction
 

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I've run 1200 rounds through my PT145, no hiccups, farts, upchucks, anything. Just feeds everything I can think of to put through it. As soon as my CHL comes back, it's my primary carry gun. :)
 

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so bugs you got the PT111 pro? i have one put 500rds through it so far im happy to say, no problems as of yet.I thought about the money i spent but you know what you et over it lol
 

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I had a PT111 a few years back, 2nd gen, was totally reliable as well. Had tritium sights too - the front sight screw kept coming loose at the range after a few rounds, but a little loktite fixed that.
 

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I dont question whether the gun will work or not. If theres any issue I'll figure it out in the first 70 rounds or so. I guess I had so many other pistols for concealed carry in mind that I hope I made the right decision going with the Millenium. I had in mind beretta 9000s(mixed reviews), Storm Sub Compact(who knows when available, Ruger 101(Revolver less rds), Kel Tec PF9, Glock 26. I just hope I went the right route. Im not saying its a bad gun, I'm just hoping its right for what I want.
 

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I guess after you shoot it you will know huh? so what part of Fl you at?
 

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If you don't trust the gun, get rid of it, if you can't carry in confidence you'll have a hard time trusting it and yourself when the time comes to skin it, you don't want any hesitation then.
 

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I've never been depressed after buying a gun only after 500 rounds and I can't get it running right then I shrug my shoulder's and sell or trade always an option. I've had good one's and bad ones BUT THERE GUNS NOT WOMENS SHOES. Relax and enjoy it. :)
 

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I will I'll feel much better once I pick it up and go shoot it. Hmmm I'm not upset about the buy I just hope it goes for what I want. I was torn between this and a revolver for concealed carry. I'm just saying I hope I went the right route. I own a 24/7 and if it shoots similar I'll be happy.
 

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Bugs, I have both the PT Pro111 & the PT Pro140 and carry one of them all the time. Carry everywhere IWB. These firearms are reliable and DEPENDABLE! Many people trust their lives to them. You can count on these firearms. I guess it just comes down to YOUR OWN gut feelings about the firearm. After all it is you the firearm will be protecting. Just my 2 cents.
 

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Start saving for a revolver and in a few months youv'e got both. I've got both and don't really care which one I have on me as long as I got one. Five shots and a speed strip works for a lot of us or speed loader.
 

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Start saving for a revolver and in a few months youv'e got both. I've got both and don't really care which one I have on me as long as I got one. Five shots and a speed strip works for a lot of us or speed loader.
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