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Taurus PT111 Millennium Pro 9mm Blue, 12 round [1111031P12]
by Matt Q
Date Added: Thursday 03 May, 2012
After reading several scathing reviews of this gun, I was reluctant to buy it... tales of not making it through a single magazine before the gun had to be sent back for repair would be enough to make anyone think twice. However, having purchased it and put over 100 rounds (so far) through it without a single hitch, I feel quite comfortable recommending this pistol. It was my first DA/SA, and the trigger pull is longer than I'm used to, but it's long in a take-up-the-slack kind of way. I also read reviews denouncing the accuracy of the weapon; after keeping a 5 inch grouping at 20 yards, I think it's safe to say if you're having accuracy problems, you don't need a different gun; you need more range time. This pistol gets a bad rap mainly from first-time buyers who 1. DID NOT CLEAN THE WEAPON before firing it, 2. DON'T PRACTICE PROPER HANDGUN TECHNIQUE, and 3. Glock snobs who think it's silly to spend less than 500 on a firearm. All in all, for the money, for the size/weight, for what it's worth, I would buy this gun again in a heartbeat.