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#6271460 - 04/22/16 12:55 PM Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2
okjhutch Offline
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Registered: 09/19/11
Posts: 1337
I had one offered to me, it has only had 1 clip run thru it and comes with the box and warranty papers.
I was wondering if any of you all have had any experience with them?
are they good or stay away from, I am assume it is better since it is a generation 2 but I don't know
anything about them and looking for some advise.
thanks
hutch

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#6271469 - 04/22/16 01:01 PM Re: Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2 [Re: okjhutch]
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Can find them new for 200 so anything more than that wouldn't be worth it

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#6271559 - 04/22/16 02:27 PM Re: Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2 [Re: okjhutch]
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Registered: 11/06/11
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Loc: Royse City, TX
Good little guns. I had no idea you could get them for $200 new. That's a steal. I think the G2 has the upgraded 24/7 trigger, which the G1 did not. If so, it's good as a truck gun, nightstand gun, etc.

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#6271580 - 04/22/16 02:43 PM Re: Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2 [Re: okjhutch]
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Registered: 11/01/12
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Loc: Lubbock, TX
$199 most of the time from PSA/CDNN/others. Have been intrigued but if I'm buying something that size I'm probably going Shield, Solo, or something else.
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#6272411 - 04/23/16 10:06 AM Re: Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2 [Re: okjhutch]
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Loc: Fisher County
I have one for EDC. I bought it after they first came out for about $330. I have carried it for well over two years, never had a problem. 12 round magazine is a plus. My wife's 9mm Shield is also a very nice pistol with a 7 and 8 round magazines but the G2 fits my big hands much better. I've thought about picking up the 40 S&W since they have dropped so much in price but haven't committed yet. 2cents
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#6274181 - 04/25/16 07:55 AM Re: Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2 [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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Originally Posted By: QuitShootinYoungBucks
$199 most of the time from PSA/CDNN/others. Have been intrigued but if I'm buying something that size I'm probably going Shield, Solo, or something else.
Shield is another really nice gun, but you're not touching one for $199. $350-$375 is about right, and I think that's a very good value for a gun with the quality, ergonomics, trigger, and specs/size of the shield. PT-111 is going to be a hair bigger and easier to shoot, but slightly harder to conceal without noticing it.

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#6277029 - 04/27/16 01:17 AM Re: Taurus pt-111 mellinium pro G2 [Re: okjhutch]
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Registered: 09/27/15
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I have a pt111 g2 and a pt140 g2

Both have shot several hundred rounds of different kinds of ammo without a single jam. Including bottom of the barrel ammo.

The ergonomics are very nice. The grip texture is pretty extreme(which is nice). The trigger is a long pull, but I like it. It has a good reset.

I have absolutely zero complaints with these two guns. I carry the 40 every where I go. My wife has been using the 9mm.

The sights are kind of cheap, but work perfectly fine...,shot a cottonmouths head that was sticking out above the water in our pond. I do really well with it at the range

Don't let anyone tell you it's a bad gun because of the brand. It's not. And it conceals great for me.

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