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    taurus milennium pro

    anyone have any knowledge on the t145 or the t745? are they a good ccw and are they ma compliant? thanks.

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    Just bought one (PT145) last week. Haven't gotten to fire it yet but it feels great in my hand. Nice size, lighter than my Taurus .38.
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  4. Im curious on what others think Im looking at a PT145 Pro right now....

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    All I own are Taurus Firearms, ie.; PT25 .25acp pocket pistol, PT738 TCP .380acp pocket pistol, PT709ss 9mm & Pt145 .45acp. I also own a Taurus 617 7-shot .357mag wheelie. I alternate carrying all of them. (note); Regardless of which one I carry, I've always got the .25 in my pocket too! To answer you question truthfully from my own experiences, I've only had a couple of stovepipes with my PT145, but that was due to the cheap target ammo I was using I'm sure. I'd recommend the weapon for personal carry anytime, it's a damned fine piece!

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    9MM version may be better suited for Ma...

    I carry the PT-145 & love it!

    For a woman, I'd recommend the 9MM version (PT-247 or PT-111). I say that because I've let several women in my classes shoot my PT-145, and most of them were intimidated by the heavy recoil. When they shot my PT-111, it was much more comfortable and easier for them to control. For defense, add good quality ammo with proven stopping power.

    I know that at least two women who have had a chance to try various guns, bought the 9MM as their carry piece.

    I found very early that when shooting either gun, it's important to lock your wrists to prevent stovepipes.
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    i'm leaning towards the 745 cause i don't need a rail. but is it ma. compliant?

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    Personally, I wouldn't carry anything Taurus that my life depended on. From the postings out there, many people have had better results with Taurus then I have.

    My spouse owns a Pink Taurus PT111 Millennium Pro 9mm SS .

    The recoil is not so bad. However the trigger really sucks.

    Once you get used to that so called trigger, I can put 10 out of 10 in the black at 21 feet.

    Try as many different firearms you can. Shoot them, reload them. Get something that feels good.

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    My wife shoots a PT-111, the original 2000 model (not the pro). Trigger is a bit strong. It's no target pistol, but for self defense, it works and is easy to carry. I never had a malfunction after lots of range time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harley05 View Post
    anyone have any knowledge on the t145 or the t745? are they a good ccw and are they ma compliant? thanks.
    I carry a PT 111 Milinium Pro and am ver happy with it.

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    My EDC is a PT 745 in a High Noon holster. I haven't had any problems with it.

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