Ranch Dog, Why do you feel that the G2 is better suited as a home defense gun than a carry weapon?Thanks for posting them. Think I will keep shooting & carrying my PT111 Pro. I like the similar profile and don't need the depth of the frame to accommodate the rail. IMHO it has become a home defense pistol, not a conceal carry pistol.
Same feeling Aljay so no need for the rail in the first place. See you are from Texas, what did the PT111G2 run you price wise. PT111Pros are $329 at Academy.I won't be adding a fricken light , I/we travel alot and it's a piece of mind tool not to be blinged out and made useless !
I simply bought this model due to it being the same price and I liked the way it felt over the 1 st gen. I handled them both .
Just my .02
Well may be it isn't as large as I thought. Of course, finding one near me to handle is another matter. Please keep the reports coming as you shoot it.the new G2 is actually less bulky it fits in the same holster as my old Pt111 pro, but fits easier, as far as the rail, if you dont want a light then just simply dont use one, i got this gun about $100 cheaper than my old one and i like the grips ways better. Ihave not got t shoot it yet but when i do ill keep you guys posted on the performance of it
RD I paid 357 out the door was in the store less than 30 min. Guess having haz. Mat. Endorsement on CDL speeds up background check ! LolSame feeling Aljay so no need for the rail in the first place. See you are from Texas, what did the PT111G2 run you price wise. PT111Pros are $329 at Academy.
When they announced the pistol, I used some screen calipers to compare the two and yes, they are larger in all respects. As a carry piece, that starts the whole new search for holster and magazine pouch. There is already some open posts asking just this. It is different enough in size that it is not going to fit any of the PT111Pro choices about the same difference in change that the Pro was from the straight PT111. May be the carry accessories from another will work as it has always seemed that the suppliers (non custom) are slow to respond to the Taurus product line.
I'm sure it will all work out.