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Taurus Millennium Pro 32 ACP

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Thereís no room for error in a backup gun. This gunís malfunctions made us distrust it, and with two other guns to recommend, we canít justify buying it.

Taurus Millennium Pro 32 ACP

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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All levers were on the left side of the pistol. From the rear forward are the thumb safety, slide release, and the slide-stop pin, shown ready for takedown.
The rear sight was adjustable for windage only. We liked the way it played ďpeek-a-booĒ with the white dot on the front sight. The key-operated lock was on the slide, and the extractor had a chamber-loaded indicator.
The double-column magazine piled the rounds in a staggered column. Note how the second round points to one side.

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