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Discussion in 'Steals & Deals' started by smcgee10, May 17, 2018.

  1. smcgee10

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    Ok...besides the color of the frame, what's the difference between a PT111 and a GC2? :scratch:
     
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    The model # of course...
     
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    It don't matter, they're both Taurus. :puke:
     
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    Wouldn’t take a Taurus for free lol
     
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    I'm not a HUGE Taurus fan either, but they do make a couple that I like. The PT22 is a goodun and so is the PT92. I think it's a better pistol than the Beretta...as far as it being more user friendly, that is. The decocker design/style is better on the Taurus.
     
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    I've got several that go bang. In fact, my PT145 I've had for a long ass time and it's never given me a single problem. I have carried it in my backpack at work every single shift for at least 7 years. It's been reliable as hell.
     
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    Sig had the same issue!! That problem has been fixed...
    PT809 and 2 pt 738's here with never an issue!! If you research the pt111 it is testing out really well and accuracy is well above average!! Not everyone can afford an $800 dollar gun and Taurus can be a good choice as well as Hipoint. Difference is the Taurus is more user friendly!! My daughters 380 hipoint is a PITA to take down and clean, but runs great and is accurate at defensive distance!!
     
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    I'd take one S&W SD9 over 10 Taurus PTanythings. I got my wife's Shield for $249 after all was said and done. Ruger has good affordable selections too. There's just no good reason to mess with Taurus, IMO. YMMV...
     

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