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Taurus PT145 Millennium Pro 45acp Stainless
[1145039P]
$380.00
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by Daniel D Sunday 11 August, 2013
Bought this weapon before Christmas but had delivery held until after holidays.Buds handled the transaction very well.after I received the gun I sat on it for a couple of months before I took it out to the range. I am not an experienced shooter but the trigger pull travel seemed like a marathon run. Well after the first range experience I set up to break it down for cleaning. The gun would just not break down. Read the instructions dozens of time but no luck. Then ths slide locked up and was frozen solid.Time for lifetime warranty. The turnaround for repairs is based on in house parts. You never want to hear "backordered part" . Even from the nicest customer reps. Turns out the slide problem was getting to be easily duplicated at the shop. More than one occurence. It took eight weeks and the thing I learned is you can't shoot a lifetime warranty. Better to have a more reliable weapon that costs more than to have a repair you will be geting back "any day now".....

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Charlotte A Saturday 13 April, 2013
Had a lot of people tell me 'friends don't let friends buy Taurus". Whatever their previous issues, Taurus has seemed to address them. I've had my PT145 for a couple of months now and have run about 500 rds through. The recoil was less than I expected for a short .45. Accuracy for me has been very good. And this gun has been comfortable to carry (weighing less than most 9mm's fully loaded) and comfortable to shoot. My only issues so far are that after market magazines are crap for these things and you can't easily find an extended magazine (for my husband's large hands) . You really need to buy from the manufacturer, and they are pricey. At 500 rounds I have had no FTE's and only one FTF due to faulty ammo. (Hammer mark was clearly on the center of the primer) Overall, I am very pleased with this gun. For the money, it can't be beat, and I think it holds up well against a lot of the more expensive, "established" names just fine. I would definitely buy one again. I'm looking at a 9mm next from Taurus, and I would highly recommend the PT145 for anyone looking for a CC .45.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by thomas d Tuesday 12 March, 2013
very nice size and handles well.easy to strip,nice mag capacity for a small package.mag spring is a little tight at 9th-10th rd but taurus has supplied a mag loader.sights were way off but again taurus supplied an allan wrench to fit the sights although front and back sights are diff.size.finding a conceal holster has been tricky but will update with holster info later,,put several diff.rounds through ,,from cheap ball to hollow points ,,only one stove pipe on reloaded ball but blame the ammo not the gun.great gun for the buck,,oh and as always,,buds is the way to order Woohoo

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Mark R Sunday 03 March, 2013
I finally took the PT 145 to the range after owning it for a couple years. What a mistake, I should have taken it to the range the day I received it. The magazine would not feed correctly when it did fire. I had troubles holding it because the grip is rather small, when I fired it the barrel would kick up and that action would cause the magazine to eject.

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
by Samuel L Friday 22 February, 2013
I bought three of the PT111's in 9mm and liked them so much that I hed to get their big brother. After recieving it I ran forty rounds of FMJ through it without a single FTF. The recoil was way less than I exspected from a short barreled 45. Accuracy was awsome as well out to 20 to 25 yards. Great firearm.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Randal L Monday 21 January, 2013
This is a GOOD firearm at a GOOD price. It's a fair deal. Good quality firearm for carry purposes. The short barrel makes for tough shots out past 10 yards. But if you want a compact .45 Auto to carry, this little boy can do it for you. Make sure you spend a good amount of time getting to know this gun. Make sure you fire it a lot before you put your life in it's hands. It takes a little getting used to. You get ten rounds of .45 ammo at the ready with this. But I only carry it loaded up with 6-8 rounds. My reasoning is this...save the springs in the magazine and make it a bit lighter to have on the hip. I love the ten round capacity tho...since I reload and shoot a bunch....having ten rounds at the range is good for me. Then when I load it up for carry...I leave it at six to eight rounds. Up to you. Make sure you give it a good breaking in. I shot up two hunderd rounds over two range sessions with it to break it in. I discovered that the magazine was dropping out every two shots on my first session. I struggled with it for a bit and managed to get 100 rounds downrange. I then called Taurus and told them about my issues. They promptly sent me a replacement magazine release and matching spring. I installed it and since then, very good weapon. Not as polished and sexy as my other firearms. But it serves it intended purpose very well: A carry weapon. One final thing: This weapon is for an experienced person when used as a carry weapon. The reason I say this is because it is single action ONLY. There is no decocker. When you chamber a round...it stays cocked. The only time you get double action from this weapon is if you have to pull the trigger again to attempt to fire a dud multiple times. There is a safety...and the weapon can be carried with a round chambered...but it will be cocked and ready to go bang if you hit the trigger. This not an issue for a competitent carrier...but a novice will most likely have a mishap. Enjoy! The lack of a decocker and inability to choose double action when being carried is the reason I take away one star. Other than that...this gun is very well priced for what it is.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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