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Old 07-02-2008, 01:34 AM   #11
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had a chance to shoot a few of these and they hard to beat for the money, have sold a good bit and havent seen any come back yet

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Old 07-03-2008, 04:40 AM   #12
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What is the difference between the Millenium Pro and the 24/7?

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What is the difference between the Millenium Pro and the 24/7?
Found a thread contemplating this very question:

"It seems the 2 models are pretty much identical in size. According to their website:

TAURUS PT24/7-PRO "COMPACT" | MILLENNIUM PRO PT POLYMER PISTOL

Barrel Length: 3.33" ............................................... Barrel Length: 3.25"
Length: 6.375" .................................................. ..... Length: 6.125"
Width: 1.25" .................................................. ........ Width: 1.25"
Height: 5.5" .................................................. ......... Height: 5.125"
Frame: Large .................................................. ........ Frame: Medium
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This Thread is where I found the info and might be worth following the discussion if you are interested.

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Thanks JD, From what I can gather from that thread, the 24/7 has beefier components which make it heavier. The 24/7 may have improved magazine retention and it has a rail for accessories. As minimal as the size/weight differences are, I may go with a 24/7 over a Millenium Pro.

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That was pretty much what I got out of the discussion as well Texan.

I am afraid I haven't played with either of them enough to form an opinion. I handled them at SHOT, but I was more or less playing with everything I could get my hands on, so I can't say I was looking for anything special until it hit my hands and "felt" different.

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