Bought a Taurus Millenium Pro 745


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Frandy
March 1, 2007, 09:15 PM
I had the 145 in my hand as well, but unlike most folks who value the extra rounds, the way it felt it my hand is what counted. Besides, if I need more than 7 rounds of .45 in a life-threatening situation, I'm in big trouble anyway.

That said, I consider this purchase a gamble. I hear of plenty of owners who have had zero problems but also some who have lemons. Guess I'll find out soon. Nice that it fits perfectly in my XD Subcompact holster.

Anyone have experience shooting hollow points like Speer Gold Dots? I've heard mixed reviews about anything but hardball.

http://homepage.mac.com/franman/.Pictures/Handguns/Taurus_Millenium_Pro_745_1.jpg

http://homepage.mac.com/franman/.Pictures/Handguns/Taurus_Millenium_Pro_745_in_Hume_JIT.jpg

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kirkcdl
March 1, 2007, 10:47 PM
Mine took a couple of hundred rounds to start working smoothly,but since then has had no problems with anything I've put in it...:D

tinygnat219
March 1, 2007, 11:04 PM
Ironic, I used to use one as my carry gun but traded it in on the Mil Pro 145C for the extra rounds.

My 745C was purchased used, and had the DAO trigger which is tricky to master. It digested everything I threw into it with no hitch, hiccup, etc. It's a good gun, and you will like it.

I just preferred having 10+1 rounds instead of 6+1 in a slightly longer grip and a SA trigger.

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