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Colored Millennium Pro

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Ragnar Danneskjold, Feb 22, 2009.

  1. Ragnar Danneskjold

    Ragnar Danneskjold Well-Known Member

    My fiance, after years of subtle coaxing, finally told me she wants her own handgun. She really like my Taurus Millennium Pro, so I think I may get her one as a present. My question is, do they make them with frames other than black? I think I've seen pictures of MilPros with other colored frames on THR before. Ideally, I want to buy a PT111 with a stainless slide and a white polymer frame, and maybe even get some mags with white floorplates as well. Are these made?
  2. bensdad

    bensdad Well-Known Member

    I don't know about white. I have a stainless/black 111. I also have a black (blued) 140 with tan frame. Both were purchased at Cabelas. I've seen pink frames at Gander Mt. in Lakeville, MN.


    I just kicked around on the website for a few minutes and couldn't find much for colors. Pink is kinda like white if you squint. Call the Gander in Lakeville and have one transfered to your local FFL. :D
  3. bannockburn

    bannockburn Well-Known Member

    Don't know about any stainless slide/white frame Mil Pro's but I have seen both the tan frame and the pink frame models for sale. I will keep this on the high road and just say that the one color frame, not tan, is most definitely not my cup of tea.
  4. shootistpd27

    shootistpd27 Well-Known Member

    There is a company that will sell you a gun colored anyway you like it. This company has raised concern for law enforcement for they are painting ar 15s, ak 47s, 1911s and any other type of gun to look like toys. They are being painted leopoard skin, camoflauge, zebra striped, etc... If you google it you could find the company that paints these guns and they would help you out. This color scheme you speak of is the only one that they will make that wont have an illegal connotation to it.

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