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Just bought a pt 24/7 pro ds in .40

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Skinsanity, Aug 25, 2010.

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  1. Skinsanity

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    I know what I think....anybody else have some thoughts on it?
     
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    I have the 24/7 DS Pro Compact .45, it's in my carry rotation. No issues whatsoever, it has probably 300 rounds down the pipe so far.
     
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    Mine was the long 45 caliber.

    I didn't like the way it shot.

    it was comfortable, fairly accurate, good looking and a good price. I also loved the long/sharp sight radius but when it would fire, the recoil was very weird... it was flat and spongy at the same time and i was shocked that it recoiled and brought in a new round dependably. Many times it felt like a squib but it wasn't... it just felt like it.

    I sold it... kind of regret it because it did work well, it just felt funny
     
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    I can understand that, King, I have passed up or got rid of a few pistols that "just didnt feel right" fit and function was otherwise fine. For me I dont like the feel of glocks, I cant argue that they arent dependable, accurate, and all around great firearms, but I personally dont like them.
     
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    Wife has a variety of that series. Good gun. No malfunctions, reliable, decent looking.
     
  7. Skinsanity

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    I have never owned a taurus before this one, and didnt intend to buy it, it was an impulse, The cocked indicator and decocker along with the da/sa mode of fire is what sold me on it actually..and for a polymer its a rather pretty weapon, have never owned a .40 either so decided if I was gonna try something new I would go all out. Got it a week agon, have ran about 250 rounds through it and have had no malfunctions,so far, it seems well worth the price tag...
     
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