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Old 11-10-2011, 10:04 PM   #11
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plus 1 for the sr9c!! love mine
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I bought a Taurus Millenium Pro PT111 Gen 2 in 2006 that hasn't given me any trouble other than the break in period where the slide occasionally wouldn't quite chamber a round here and there. After a couple hundred rounds that cleared up and I have no real complaints. Decent pistol if you don't mind the DAO trigger. It has the older three dot sights instead of today's Heinies and the price was right at $269 back then.

But even though I have two Tauruses that haven't given me trouble I hate to recommend Taurus since many others have had trouble. I'd look at the SR9 since today there isn't much difference in price and you can expect good things from Ruger.
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I have the Ruger SR9c and I highly recommend it.
Same here-
Leaves ANY Taurus in the dust
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I have an sr9c. I think it is a very good gun. I have never had a problem with mine. I will have to say you can't go wrong with the sr9c.
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Between the two, I'd opt for the Ruger (I have). But if you can spend a bit more, look into a Sig. Owning various makes, folks I teach to shoot tend to gravitate to a Sig for the feel and ease of shooting.
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