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Taurus 1-111039G2-12 PT111 Millennium G2 12+1 9mm 3.2"

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Model: 1111039G212
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 90205
 
UPC: 725327610915
 
MFG: Taurus USA

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With its lightweight 22 oz. polymer frame, thin profile, and ramped 3.2 inch barrel, the newly designed Millennium G2 is the ideal concealed carry handgun. Available in two compact models—PT 111 and PT 140—the Millennium G2 features an accessory rail, high-profile sights, an aggressive, textured grip and melted edges for added comfort and easy concealment.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Duo-Tone
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3.2"
Capacity 12 + 1
Safety Manual
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight 22 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Wonder
Type Pistol
Action Not Valid
Caliber 450 Bushmaster
Barrel Length 3.26"
Capacity 14 + 1/15 + 1
Safety Star
Grips Purple
Sights None
Weight 22 oz

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Reviewed By: Greg G on 01/23/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Out of fairness, I am giving this gun a 4 out of 5 for effectiveness and price point. In reality it should be 3.5 stars not 4, but I am trying to be fair. In this price range you pay for what you get and you need to know if this is worth buying. Constructively the gun is well made, no rattles no gaps and it fires free from FTF or Stovepipes. After 50 rounds a few things are noticed. The Shooter (me) shot groups of 3" low and to the left at 20 feet. Being a right hand shooter it was obvious the trigger pull was way more than my XD or other light trigger guns. This has a decent trigger pull for a strike fire, so heads up. I need to get a gauge to figure out the amount, but it is noticeable. I may be able to get that worked on, but overall the gun fired well. Lots of muzzle rise from a composite gun, so keep in mind its a compact that has low weight and it will jump, however you can stay on the target with some practice. Grips are like sand paper, so the gun is not going anywhere. Overall fit and finish deserve a 4, but its out of the box shiny and new. I did lube it up pre fire, however I did notice out of the 50 I had 3 misfires with the slide not returning after the recoil. It needed a slight push to set the next round. That may be due to it A. brand new or B. Magazine is new and springs need to be broken in or 3. Shooter is a moron and did not lube properly. It did not jam, it just did not recoil and chamber correctly which may be the shooter not the gun. I ran standard FMJ 9mm 115 gr (reman) from Freedom Munitions and gun handled well.

Reasons it did not get a 5. The Slide did not return correctly on 3 rounds. The Trigger is heavy and it needs to be lighter in order for you not to have any gun shake or improve accuracy. There is no strike indicator, so you do not know if the gun is ready to fire. However, if you just push the slide back 1/4", the striker goes back into a set / fire mode. Not sure why its designed this way. Yes the chamber indicator shows the round in the gun, but its nice to know if you are cocked. Big problem for me is the trigger reset is long. This is very noticeable when trying to reset the trigger for next round. Its like I consciously had to think about extending my finger a little to get the reset. Some other higher priced guns bud sells, you do not have to back off the trigger as much. Again, this is a shooter who has lots of experience around guns, but these are the immediate things I notice. Giving some fairness to the gun, I will most likely continue to break it in and maybe I will consider it as my carry. For now, I am still out on a final assessment for overall use, but that may be because the shooter has to get used to the characteristics of the gun. I would not carry this gun until I feel completely comfortable of its overall reliance and accuracy. Hopefully, I can get the bugs out and this can become a regular carry gun. Would I buy the gun? Yes however expect to put at least a couple hundred rounds through the gun before you think about carrying it based on the characteristics of this gun. Its affordable for anyone and everyone can own a Taurus at this price. This is a hard to beat deal from buds and thank you for letting me have it for cheap! Buds gun purchase was simple, easy and yes affordable.

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Reviewed By: Jay Z on 01/22/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Let me start by saying BUY this gun... this is the short review version of this handgun. If you would like to know more... please read on.

I originally purchased one of these pistols and tried it out before gifting to someone (female) and liked it so much that I came back and bought two more for myself. I only put one box of ammo. through hers, and gave it to her dirty so she could learn to clean it. The accuracy of the gun was, for me, pretty good. I am not a professional shooter by any means, but at 7 yards everything was on the paper and just left of center mass a little bit; more than adequate for self defense. It was easy for her to rack the slide, but she hasn't shot it as of this date.

The two pistols that I purchased for myself were every bit as nice as hers. I shot both that I purchased for myself and so far have put about 100 rounds through each one. The trigger is pretty good for crispness, and has a long pull when the trigger is in single action. It resets VERY quickly for subsequent follow-up shots, so it would be extremely handy in a defensive situation. I also like the fact that it has the manual safety. I am old school and feel better about a gun that can be put on safe manually. It also has double strike capability which I also like: you never know when that will come in handy. The ammo that I shot of these was just cheap UMC from Walmart, but it seemed to handle it just fine for the break-in, with only one FTE. I can only assume that it was the round itself because the slide was completely locked in the closed position. I ended up having to rap on the slide to jar it loose and drive the slide back with my hand. It then ejected and ran the rest without incident. I cleaned the guns before I ever shot them, so I know it wasn't anything to do with dirt or greasy grime in the action. I am thinking that it was just one of the rare occasions that you get a round that it not properly charged and it was over pressure. Whatever the reason, it never happened again and I don't expect it to. I have run more magazines through it now and it has yet to repeat that one instance.

I would suggest anyone wanting a well built handgun for EDC to buy this gun. For the price point GREAT GUN. It comes with two 12 round magazines which is nice. The magazines are well built, but I have found that when trying to fill them the last round does NOT want to go in for any reason when you are doing it by hand, This happens on all four magazines for both pistols. Luckily I have a UpLULA magazine loader and if you really bare down on it when trying to get that last round in... it DOES work, and you can get the full amount in the magazines... hopefully TUARUS will address this issue and fix these magazines. I had read how others have reported that it doesn't want to allow the 12 full rounds, and bought the guns anyway, knowing that. I am glad that I had the magazine loader to load them with. I didn't as yet, take the magazines apart to try to determine what is causing it, but I am sure that Taurus will eventually correct the inconvenience. The funny thing about that is that the magazines seem to not have a problem with feeding the chamber, or functioning in any other way. They do not hang up when firing the gun.

Everything about this weapon is great. I am going to wait for an after-market double spring guide rod for this gun, the one that comes with it seems to do what is intended and the slide is easy even for women to chamber a round.

Something that I did notice that Taurus did do right, is that they took the time to give a mirror polish on the feed ramp. This is really nice compared to lower-end guns. Compared to the Hi Point's heaviness, the heaviness is the disadvantage. This gun is much lighter and less bulky if you are going to use it as an EDC. With the polished feed ramp. and the relatively light weight of the Millennium G2, and the smooth shooting, this is a gun that is going to be with me for years to come. It comes with 2 magazines, two lock/sight adjustment tools in a cardboard box with all the extraneous fare, but I bought it to use and shoot... I can do without the box as long as it has extra magazines.

This gun is DEFINITELY well worth the price point of a gun to use as an EDC or as a truck gun... for men as well as women. Taurus has really done a good job with this little known gem. Recoil is great and soft enough to use this gun for just about anything that you will want to use it for. I also have a Ruger SR9c that I purchased from Buds, and I would put this gun up against that one any day. It is about 3/4" shorter on the slide, and has the double strike ability. (Win-Win!)

In closing I would like to say, with the great staff, and the selection of Bud's you cannot go wrong.

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Reviewed By: Ted F on 01/20/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
What can I say but ""Awesome" ! The pistol is outstanding and the service from Buds is second to none ! Fits my hand perfect,...fit and finish good,...shoots very well ! All I could ask for. You cant go wrong with this pistol at all. Caught it when it was $211 and did not hesitate to buy.

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Reviewed By: Steven S on 01/20/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I ordered 2 of these at a smoking price and got them yesterday. Very nice. Took slides off and cleaned thoroughly, light residue on them only, oiled and re-assembled. Feel is great and can't wait to try them out at the range. Wife likes hers too and we will use for daily carry after range testing. Bud's was awesome in honoring their price and delivery. Only thing different was FFL transfer fee was a little higher than $20. each but not a major deal breaker. Thanks Bud's.

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Reviewed By: Joseph U on 01/18/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
well, this is an interesting gun. First of all, check out the nearly 50 reviews of the same gun in all black.
I paid $211 for this on Buds. So keep that in mind. Is this as good as a baby glock 26? I have a 26 and love it. i love the way it fits my hand and I shoot very accurately with it. And I'm a reasonably big guy - 6' 225.
But this Taurus is $211, let me re-state that. I think the going price is $268 on Buds. You could buy 2 of them for the price of a Glock 26. Is it as good as a 26? As solid? No way. No way.
But it is a solid performer? Yes.
When I received this, I'd read they tend to arrive dirty. So I field stripped it. There was corrosion and grease all over the recoil rod spring, which doesn't inspire confidence. Corrosion? The center support was black, like it had been shot and not cleaned. there was some powder in the barrel. I assume they shot this before it left the factory. But they sure didn't clean it. I was a little shocked but again, every response to this gun has to be tempered by its cost. So I cleaned it up nicely with some Ballistol and it looked fine, and took it to the range and put about 100 rounds through it - Federal 115, some old south african factory loads, and about 50 reloads I bought back in the early 90's. Not one failure to feed or eject. Accuracy at 15-30 feet was good, shot consistently a little low but easy to adjust sights with included tool. As you can read, long trigger pull. Good trigger, not a Walther or CZ, but crisp and reproducible. Very surprising lack of recoil. Decent to good sights (I really like the Glock U sights). But these were fine.
Very easy to field strip. Decent safety. I like the additional lock but can't see using it unless it is my only gun and therre are kids in the house. Supplied with 2 mags, pouches, and 2 lock/sight adjustment tools.
So would I carry this? It's light, very attractive, well made. So far, very reliable. Cleaned up nicely. If I was a young person who didn't have a lot of money and wanted to carry a decent quality 9, definitely. (and BTW, I shot it side by side with my S & W bodyguard 380 and I'm not really that, um....accurate with the Bodyguard...wish I could carry a 9.) So If I had a glock 26, no, I wouldn't carry the Taurus. Now, I almost bought the 24/7 a few months ago but it was so poorly reviewed I backed out of the buy. But this is different. It's not a Jennings or a Bryco. It feels better than its price. If it was $500, forget it. Glock every time. If the glock was $211, glock every time. however, Taurus PT 111 G2 9mm for $211 vs. a Glock for $500? I may just buy a couple and give them to my son(s).

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