i appreciate the response, ive visited the gun a few times via bass pro, but was holding out for the gun show this weekend which ill be going to in a few hours to see if i can get a better deal....the bass pro salesmen was a bit of a dick about me asking to see the taurus, so there went his commision i suppose, i love the feel and the weight...i guess if the thing shoots straight all is wellZach_Smith said:i own a PT 140 pro and i enjoy the gun. its no target gun, bit of a long trigger but it is a smooth one, the gun is very light i think like 20oz unloaded, very compact it will literly fit in the palm of your hand, and also a very good weapon for the price, you really can't beat the quality of this weapon for the price.
Robby, I thought that was how you looked when you got cleaned up.Robby said:Don't we all love the guy who tries to steer you to a better commission gun. I look old and broke when I go in a gun shop. Ratty shoes, with horse manure on them, flannel shirt, hanging out, with Baggy pants and an old baseball cap from the Kentucky Derby. Heck they do not even want to talk to me. It cost at least two guys a sale, when I went away, and ordered the gun, ONline.
thanks, i didnt think about stripping it....im hoping for a brand new weaponthunderjohn said:Robby, I thought that was how you looked when you got cleaned up.
And back to the topic again.
Look for a 3rd generation. It will say 'Millennium' on the left side of the slide, and 'PT145 PRO'
on the right side. See if the guy will field strip it for you so you can check out the wear.
that is cleaned up! If I have shaved I am ready to buy!thunderjohn said:Robby, I thought that was how you looked when you got cleaned up.
No...I was looking at them and the PT111s as was my brother, but I bought the PT 24/7 Pro C 9mm as it just felt better in my hand. The 24/7 comes with 2 mags, a 13rd mag and a 17rd mag with a grip extension. I was looking for CC and the Mil Pro would be a bit smaller, but the 24/7 felt so good.texastaurusguy said:barryrod, are you opting for the PT145, since you'll have a mag capacity limit of 10? I was just curious....
There is often a break-in period, though not for everyone, where there are feeding issues. My PT145 feeds Gold Dot HP's well. I do recommend that you use 185 grain or lighter bullets for HP. There is evidence that when fired from a short barrel auto like the PT145's, 185 gr. bullets expand better than heavier loads.Jbaker said:have there been any issues with running hollow points through the .45's?