from my research, looks like some do, some don't. I just scored a PT145 on gunbroker that has one.texastaurusguy said:I think that is bogus - I'm pretty sure that only the PT145 has a rail, at least for now. I'd bet if that gun were flipped over, it would be a 45acp.
The biggest difference is the grip. The compact 24/7's have the same ribber grip design just a little shorter.Taurus_Jeeper said:This brings another question, which I'm sure you can explain to me-
since you've got the line on more information than I- what ARE the differences between MilPro and 24/7 Pro pistols?
Very much so. I've been going back and forth between getting a MilPro or a 24/7 Pro Compact in 40 and 9 for carry.Weaponize said:The biggest difference is the grip. The compact 24/7's have the same ribber grip design just a little shorter.
The compacts do have the rails. The mill pros offer a .45 and the 24/7 compacts don't at this time that I'm aware of. The indexing is more distinct on the compacts. And the Mill Pros are a little thinner 1.125" compared to the 1 1/4" of the 24/7 compact.
Hope that helps
How anti gun were you and what changed your mind? This might be very enlightening for those of us who have always assumed guns as a no-brainer.Taurus_Jeeper said:(Heck, at one point I was one of the folks saying that civilians really don't have a need for a gun. Funny the way things turn out, innit? )
I agree with tman what did change your mind. I was never really antigun myself just didn't know a lot about them and always had a small fear of having one. After a lot interest and asking questions and even having some training the fear was taken away and I knew that I wanted to purchase one.tman said:How anti gun were you and what changed your mind? This might be very enlightening for those of us who have always assumed guns as a no-brainer.