Gun Report

Taurus PT 111 Millennium Pro 9mm

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Compared to the earliest Millennium pistols, the Pro has a harder, more finished look and a much-improved trigger. Options such as night sights and a titanium slide drive the MSRP of this model up as high as $585. But the standard model as tested is a handy gun worth considering.

Taurus PT 111 Millennium Pro 9mm

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
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Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Double

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Note the snag-free sight and close set of the control levers. But what sets the PT111 apart from other polymer striker-fired pistols is the presence of a thumb safety (arrow). No chamber or cocking indicator is supplied, but the shooter does have this on/off switch to rely upon.
The Millennium uses a key-operated lock to stop both the trigger and the slide.

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