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Anybody familiar with Taurus 24/7 pistols

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by LC450, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. LC450

    LC450 The Peoples Republic of WA State Member

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    Anybody familiar with the Taurus 24/7 pistols. I have an opportunity to pick up two of them for about $700.00 bucks or so, one 9mm and the other in 45ACP.

    Thanks all.
     
  2. Nightshade

    Nightshade vancouver,WA Well-Known Member

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    not to bad a price unless you want to resell then thats what you normally can get for 24/7's
     
  3. paulncharly2572

    paulncharly2572 Salem, OR Member

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    One thing to keep in mind about these is that only the "Pro" models have the second-strike capability.
     
  4. LC450

    LC450 The Peoples Republic of WA State Member

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    Yeah, no, I'm not planning on a resale. A freind of mine lost his job so I thought I'd help him out. I forgot to mention there OSS models.

    Thanks in advance all.
     
  5. NK777

    NK777 West of Portland Member

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    I have a PT145 milpro and it has been an extremely reliable gun. It has not malfunctioned at all. My only beef with it is it shoots chronically low. I've heard a lot of other people claim the exact same thing about there subcompact milpro's. I have fired a number of rounds through mine and dry fired it trying to see if it's a flinch on my part but it isn't me. I have no idea why Taurus does not address this apparent design issue.
     
  6. Bajablast

    Bajablast Hillsboro, OR Active Member

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    I also have a PT 145 Millennium Pro(2nd gen), and was shooting low until I adjusted my sight in and stance. Now I am good at 25 - 50 feet, which for this firearm is all you need.

    Also, it has been very reliable, no jams or eject issues. This will be my carry piece when I get my CWP.

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  7. fromotoc

    fromotoc Downtown Portland, OR Member

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    They're good guns, for the OSS models thats a pretty good deal. I have had a 9mm and .45, the 24/7 pro model. Mine were accurate enough, but the way they fit my hand was the best part about them.
     
  8. NK777

    NK777 West of Portland Member

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    Yep I agree. I swear they molded the grips after my own hands. It's almost magical the way it fit the average size mans hands. They are exceeding easy point shooters.
     
  9. LC450

    LC450 The Peoples Republic of WA State Member

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    Thanks all.