Actually, I bought it AFTER the lawsuit. Too many lawyers getting rich on stupid lawsuits. I have a couple of 700 Remingtons with the stock trigger that I would never let Remington TOUCH. They're perfect as is, 3 lbs let off and very crisp.Are you aware of the class action lawsuit involving the PT145?
Paddle holster? There's also IWBs around now with no clip, just depend on some sort of sticky, I suppose. I don't have any direct experience with'em because I don't do IWB.Did he draw from a holster? How do you wear a holster when you either don't have a belt on, or your belt is so flimsy that your pants are sagging? :???: There really should be a bench or table in front of them to put the gun down on in case something comes up where you need your hands.
Native is very aware of the class action lawsuit, as am I, a second generation Mil Pro PT145 (DAO and thimb safety). Of all the handguns I have ever owned, my PT145 is my favorite hand cannon. 22.5 ounces empty, 11 rounds of 230 grain goodness, and very accurate for a 3.5 barrel. Investment of over a $100 in extra magazines and paid originally $350 for the MilPro. Love the gun, hit very well with it and don't drop my guns.Are you aware of the class action lawsuit involving the PT145?