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Old 10-16-2011, 07:11 PM
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I am going to buy one of these soon but what would be a fair price to buy it for sence its used? it comes with 50 rounds of soft point bullets. idk what type.
Old 10-16-2011, 07:14 PM
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i'd recommend a goole search. check out gunbroker.com. I have one but mine is the millenium pro. I believe I paid $329 for it NIB about 4 years ago. what are they asking for it? how many mags? how many rounds through it? which finish is it? does it come w/ a holster?
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I also have a millenium pro PT145 and it was around $320 new when I got it a number of years back
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Just do your homework. There's always another handgun coming down the pike, so don't feel rushed into anything. Questions to ask yourself would be:

Have you shot that Taurus before?
Do you like how it feels?
What's the purpose of this handgun gonna be?
Do you like double action only shooting?
Old 10-17-2011, 05:51 AM
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Saw a Millenium Pro PT111 (9mm) at the pawn shop Friday for $389 brand new.
Old 10-17-2011, 01:31 PM
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THe pt111's, i'd not pay more than about $300 including ammo.

I see the various pt models at a local gunshop used for around the 250-280 neighborhood depending on the model.
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Locally here in Birmingham, AL, Taurus Millennium models in all calibers run $250-285 or so used in all available calibers. I used to own a 9mm Millennium Pro and it functioned flawlessly, but I never liked the Heinie Straight 8 sights.
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:21 PM
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Had a Millenium Pro 45. It was a good reliable pistol, 10+1, compact. Accurate. Did what I wanted but traded for another Glock 45...
Old 10-22-2011, 01:47 AM
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Had a Millenium Pro 45. It was a good reliable pistol, 10+1, compact. Accurate. Did what I wanted but traded for another Glock 45...
Sort of the same here; I used the 9mm Millennium Pro for concealed/carry, but I wound up bartering it for some legal services and estate planning. When I got the coin, I picked up a Glock 30 and didn't look back. Don't get me wrong because I'm not a Taurus auto-pistol snob because I've had good service with the two I've owned, but the Glock was just what I wanted more.
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