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Decided On a Taurus PT-145 V.S. a Bersa .45 ACP.

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Old 09-16-2011, 11:25 AM   #11
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Many times jams and failures to feed are "O.T." (operator trouble). Limp-wristing a semiauto is frequently the cause. If the shooter keeps a firm ("death") grip on the gun, and squeezes smoothly, most modern semiautos will feed dependably and shoot straight enough for defensive purposes. It is not necessary to get 1/2" groups at 50 yds to stop a perp in your bedroom.
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I've got a PT-745 that I bought new it doesn't hold as many as the 145, but the grip is smaller, which is great for me. It is very accurate, doesn't misfire, misfeed or have any other problems except that it loves ammo and will go on and on if I will continue to feed it . The Heine sights are very accurate. I personally like a striker fired pistol better than a hammer fired gun because of the consistent trigger pull. You will love it!

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