Never noticed the trigger pull to be spongy or creep. All the ones that I have fired were always a very smooth pull, even on the early DA models. Love my PT145Qwiks draw said:There were some minor shortcomings with the PT145 and PT111 models. Trigger pulls were spongy or creepy, feeding most JHPs could cause jams or misfeeds, as well as other problems.The Millenium Pro series corrected any of those troubles. That's why I went from the PT111 to the PT111 Mil/pro and never looked back. Since there are many older PT145 users who like them the call is yours. Just be aware there may be some things that you might have to live with the PT145 that the PT145 MIl/pro doesn't have to.
Wish I lived where you did. The PT111 at the shop in town is marked at $349 NIB. I thought that was a good deal. I've thought about buying of off the net(new only). The shop I want to go through would charge $40 for the transfer. The main reason I want to go to this shop is they sell everything that a person needs for firearms. I'd go to a pawn shop but I don't want people I'm rarely going to deal with touching my gun, even if it is just the box.Cimarron said:I paid less than the $350 mark for the Millennium Pro gen 3. Shop around. The PT145 should be selling for significantly less than the $350 mark.