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Millennium 40 problems

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by captainstandup, Aug 21, 2007.

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  1. captainstandup

    captainstandup Member

    Aug 19, 2007
    North Carolina
    Late last year I purchased a Taurus Millennium .40. unfortunately I experienced a great deal of problems in terms of accuracy at the range which I attributed to the weapons composite design combined with significant caliber. I finally gave up and traded the .40 for a new Millennium .380 since all of my gear / holsters etc would interchange. I have been thrilled with the .380 even considering the obvious difference in ballistics. I figure it's better to be able to put 12 rounds of .380 center mass if things get ugly instead of just accepting the questionable accuracy I experienced with the .40. I have been an avid handgun shooter for years but must admit this is my first foray into compact autos. I still want a .40 and would appreciate suggestions. Finally, I followed the advice of members of THR and bought a couple boxes of Cor-Bon .380, wow that is a rather "peppy" round that I would certainly hate to be on the receiving end of.
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