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Taurus 1145039PDT PT145 45A Millennium Pro DUO [1145039PDT]
by Christopher M
Date Added: Saturday 03 July, 2010
This gun is the best investment I've ever made...which I'll explain in a minute. The gun itself is probably the worst weaponized excretion I've ever had the displeasure of shooting. Yes it's a great caliber in a small package but it had too many flaws to name...but I will certainly give it the ol' college try.
1. The gun arrived at my FFL in it's case, the gun itself was MARINADING in oil wrapped in a plastic bag and it was FILTHY.
2. Once I got it out to a range I was even more disappointed. I attempted to cock the gun and when I released the slide, the round would not feed into the chamber. I cleared the round and chambered the next round.
3. The last round with both magazines would "stovepipe" using the Winchester white box and I had heard that this particular gun does not like cheap ammo. So I tried Remington Golden Sabers, not exactly a cheap round, and had the same problems of FTF/FTE.
This gun is basically a very expensive rock, although you might actually be better off concealing a slingshot and a good little piece of gravel from the driveway. Now, it was the best investment I've made because I was able to trade it for a Glock 22. However, that said, bud's did an excellent job on shipping it to me quickly, in fact I've recently made another purchase (Taurus 1911) and they had it shipped out that day.