Gun Report

Taurus Millennium Pro PT745C .45 ACP

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The smooth lines of the Taurus appealed to us, though we didn't like the high placement of the barrel. Recoil was tolerable because of the comfortable grips. The checkering helped control it. There's not a lot to learn with this small .45.

Taurus Millennium Pro PT745C .45 ACP

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
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Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Double

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It was easy to get all our fingers on the Millennium Pro. The grip was smaller than a 1911. Sights were plenty visible, too.
This is how far back you have to pull the 7.8-pound trigger to get the gun to fire, which some of our shooters thought was a too long pull. But it was smooth going, and repeatable. Each pull of the trigger dropped the striker without the slide cycling.

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