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Taurus 745

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by sarduy, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

    a guy i know is selling all he's guns and i'm interested in the Taurus 745 the gun is almost new... 50 rounds through it, and the guy is asking $300.
  2. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

  3. ACBMWM3

    ACBMWM3 member

    This should be in the classifieds not a discussion post.
  4. newtoarms

    newtoarms Member

  5. sarduy

    sarduy Well-Known Member

    wow... something happen that the rest of the post didn't show up... it does look like a sale.....


    mods please close/delete

  6. .357 magnum

    .357 magnum Well-Known Member

    Hi sarduy---

    That is a Very Good Price if you are thinking of purchasing the Gun. They usually retail 370.00-420.00-With only 50 rounds through the Gun it is Pretty Much Brand New. I have the New Taurus PT845. It has been a Great Gun! Shoots anything you put through it. The PT845 is Hammer Fired and you can Squeeze Rounds out Very Fast for a .45-It is also a Very Accurate Gun. I am very pleased with it. Best Of Luck to you!

  7. Yo Mama

    Yo Mama Well-Known Member

    The 745 isn't as proved as the 145. Only difference is your buddy's gun is a single stack, while the 145 is a double stack.
  8. DasFriek

    DasFriek Well-Known Member

    I have a PT745 with 200 rounds threw it,ammo prices are killing me trying to get this gun broken-in.
    IMO its the same gun as the PT145 but is just a single stack,the bad part is you loose about 4 rounds iirc but the grip is just barely smaller.Im saying if you have the choice get a PT145 due to more capacity.
    Mine shoots reliably,ive had 2 FTF and i put that on limp wristing it as i was shooting supported off my gun case.If shooting standing ive had no issues.
    Concealment its wonderfull for a ccw piece,about the smallest .45acp you can get.Its still easy to use as a plinker also as it does keep all fingers on the grip still.Accuracy is very good at 25' but im not doing very well at 75' with a few off the target completly.
    I like the Hienie sights,but they arent great for distance shooting.
    $300 isnt bad,id try and get him at $260.
    I paid $$390 for mine new,but should have only paid $350 imo.
    Trade in value for the gun is around $175-$200 so he would still come out ahead if you bought it.

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