Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: Avg. Price $350.00
Average Rating:
(19 Votes)

The new Millennium PRO compact polymer frame pistol is the 3rd generation of the Taurus series. Offering improved ergonomics and performance, the new design features enhanced finger indexing Memory Pads, Posi-Traction slide serrations and recessed magazine release, all weighing in at a mere 23.5 ounces. Ten rounds in the magazine, one in the chamber, and the lightweight frame makes this lifesaver a must for law enforcement and anyone concerned about personal safety. The double action only Taurus Millennium PRO is available with either a Blue or Stainless Steel slide. The Millennium PRO carries three safety features including the manual safety lever, trigger block mechanism and a firing pin block. The Taurus Security System is included at no extra charge for that added peace of mind.

Member Reviews

  • Bigbossman_max30
    BigBossMan, Mon, 15 Oct 2007 08:42:56 UTC.
    1st review

    Nice little compact. Did alot of research on this for a back up/CCW. Love the Black & tan finish. Shoots & feeds reliably. Fits my large hand & I can get all three fingers around the grip with the built in magazine lip. Fairly acurate for defensive shooter, 21 Ft to 25 yrds. Now based upon the Taurus 24/7 action which has won various awards. 10 + 1 rounds of .45 ACP in a small package. Lifetime warranty. Give it a shot !

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    JChase, Wed, 14 Nov 2007 23:46:49 UTC.

    Had initial trouble with the break likes to misfire but gives you as many pulls as you want. Any of my early on misfires usually went on the second try. After about 400 rounds it ate anything I put in it and to this day is one of my favorites. Its a great all year CC gun and with a range of holsters to carry it in I can comfortably carry for just about any occasion.

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    Rajun76, Fri, 16 Nov 2007 05:11:29 UTC.

    The days of the old Taurus is past. The products being put out today are of great quality and Value for your Dollar!

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    jodi84, Sun, 18 Nov 2007 11:17:46 UTC.

    I bought the last one off the line. I love this little gun, it fits my hand perfect ( I have small hands ), fairly acurate, have only had a couple jams with it. All in all its a good little gun.

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    tsgtmac64, Mon, 24 Dec 2007 19:50:29 UTC.


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  • Escudo_argentino_max30
    artu675, Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:16:23 UTC.

    I've been shooting this gun every Sunday for over two years. I put more than 1000 rounds in it and unless there is a problem with the ammo, it never jams nor misfires. Small, lightweight, reliable, safe, and not expensive at all. Even being a small gun, your wrist doesn't hurt unless you shoot 300 rounds in an hour. Accurate enough on 25 yards, easy to handle. My sidearm when on plain clothes.

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    abc12345, Tue, 11 Mar 2008 21:38:58 UTC.

    Good little weapon. Great off duty gun. I have never had any problems with it. The only thing I would ask for if the weapon was just a tad lighter for carry use. I would recommend this weapon to anyone looking for good gun.

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  • Range_day_046_max30
    SCPerkins, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 15:59:10 UTC.

    This is a nice compact .45 that I prefer to carry over my GLOCK 23 and Sig 239 due to the size, weight and you can't beat 11 rounds of .45 acp. I have fired a lot of different brands of ammo and have never had a malfunction. I took off the Heinie sights and replaced them with fire sights, but the Heinies are okay, and still better than GLOCK stock sights. Not as accurate at 25 yards as I would like (can still hit the target but the grouping is not very tight), but very good at closer ranges.

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    ScottBurke, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 16:01:58 UTC.

    I have the older Millennium compact great weapon, never misfire and is a great handling weapon.

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    marlonc, Mon, 09 Jun 2008 23:02:11 UTC.

    This is a great backup pistol. It really has great balance and accuracy at short distances. When I purchased this gun I really didn't have expectations because I paid less than $300.00 for it at a Gun Show in Fredericksburg. About two weeks after I bought it I took it out to the range and I fell in love with it. No - it's not a Glock or Sig, it's a Taurus and it kicks butt.

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    MattC, Wed, 08 Oct 2008 14:04:20 UTC.

    I've been carrying one of the older versions as a backup and off duty since 2004. A good little gun. Accurate and reliable. The trigger took some getting used to and the finish has taken a beating on my ankle but for the price you can't beat it.

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  • Mustang_bullitt_gt_2001_30_max30
    Snipercop, Sat, 17 Jan 2009 01:57:38 UTC.

    Excellent carry pistol.. Can be hidden by a sweatshirt... Very accurate.. Packs a lot of power for a little punch to the wallet.. Usually costs around $330-375. Has never jammed or stovepiped!

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    tnee63, Tue, 27 Jan 2009 20:37:45 UTC.

    This is a very good firearm and I carry this one as a back up firearm everyday

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    KOI, Sun, 15 Feb 2009 08:52:53 UTC.

    it may be a little high rateing but it is my first hand gun i have bought i like how it shots the second time shooting it i was getting bulls eyes

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    TopRad, Wed, 01 Apr 2009 18:51:14 UTC.

    I bought this gun as a step-up for my wife from the Browning Hi-Power she's had for a few years, and I wanted to introduce her to a .45. This is a pretty good shooter, and the only problem I've had with it is the accuracy, which is great at 15 yards or less, but it tends to shoot low the farther out you go. Still center mass though. Its got a REALLY short barrel, which is probably why the accuracy suffers farther out. But its not a long-range pistol, and only meant for close-in work, and it does that just fine. Its lightweight, easy to shoot, and pretty easy to take down and clean. Its comfortable in either my larger hands or my wife's smaller hands. Not alot of recoil for such a small pistol. Had a couple of my dept SWAT guys take a few shots with it, and they liked it alot. I can't carry it as a backup because my agency doesn't authorize Taurus products, but I would carry this as an off-duty gun in a heartbeat! I just need to find a decent concealment holster for it. The four stars may be a little high for me, but the only bad thing I can say about it is the accuracy at 25 yards.

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    PNUT, Fri, 03 Apr 2009 06:13:26 UTC.

    I've shot and owned just about every pistol there is. The PT145 Mil Pro ranks up there with the best,better than most guns at any price. The overall package on this pistol is great,conceal-ability,weight,balance,capacity,and reliability can't be beat. Very accurate at up to 25 yds. After a couple thousand rounds through it I've yet to have any issues, shooting all types of ammo. I have more expensive guns, but I don't have a better one.

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    fire2gether, Tue, 23 Jun 2009 17:31:05 UTC.

    I own this and carry it as my offduty/concealed carry weapon. Very comfortable, and light weight...most of the time I can't tell its there and have to pat my waist to make

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  • Csi_squirrle_max600_1__max30
    mmmm, Mon, 07 Sep 2009 14:35:45 UTC.

    I just got a Millennium Pro PT 145. I've run about five hundred rounds through it. I had a couple FTF in the first 125 rounds, but no problems since. Weapon is easy to conceal and I carry it all the time. On duty in an ankle holster as a BUG. Off duy it's my primary carry gun. This is a concealable, reliable, large capacity major calibre handgun. What more can you ask of a handgun?

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  • 911_max30
    fnmc22, Sat, 12 Jun 2010 11:22:26 UTC.

    Great pistol! Im waiting for the new PT 24-7 G2 coming out this year, I havent seen it yet, But im on the search. I have always been a fan of these Taurus pistols, Great CCW weapons, Get them dirty from quad riding, and never had a problem. The new G2 i am going to get in a .40 cal. Never owned a .40 always had 9mm and .45..So Im going to try something different.

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