I want to get a Taurus Millennium Pro in 45 caliber but I am concerned about something. For home defense it will be loaded at all times and that gives me two options in order to bring the pistol into action;
1. I would have to actuate the slide to chamber a round (in the case of a home invasion in the dead of night chambering a round will cause a lot of noise and give away my position or it could cause an assailant to open fire immediately) or
2. I would need to already have it cocked, which brings me to my question, since the firing pin spring will be under constant pressure (for years) will the spring eventually lose its energy causing the pistol not to fire?
Thanks in advance for your input