Saturday, May 23, 2009

Gun Pics - Taurus Millenium (non-Pro) PT-111 9mm

Right Side View




Left Side View




The right side view shows the hole for the Taurus locking mechanism and the large extractor that also works as a loaded round indicator. The left side view shows the slide release pin, the push button magazine release and the safety in the "ON" position.

Staying above the water line!

Riverwalker

6 comments:

matthiasj said...

Nice handgun RW.

matthiasj
Kentucky Preppers Network

Wyn Boniface said...

Do you know the dimensions? I am curious.

riverwalker said...

To: matthiasj

Thanks. I think it will do nicely!

RW

riverwalker said...

To: WB

This is actually a compact frame model that weighs just a little over 18 ounces(w/o ammo). It is 10+1 with standard clip. The barrel is 3.25 inches.The length = 6.125 inches, width = 1.125 inches, and height = 5.125 inches. It is a "pocket pistol" for me but should work nicely for the wife to use. Small, lightweight, and adequate firepower in the 9mm was the combination I was looking to find for the wife and at $200 was a bargain. New they are in the $450 to $500 range and most used ones go for $300 to $350 depending upon the area. I got this from a guy needing some quick cash and I gave him some very quickly! Thanks.

RW

riverwalker said...

To: WB

The pic makes it look like a big pistol. The pic is actually about 40 or 45% larger than the actual pistol. I wanted to show a little better detail with the pictures.It fits nicely in my jeans front pocket, aka, "pocket pistol". I'm not sure about the weight of the pistol with a loaded magazine...not a lot of extra weight for 11 rounds.

RW

Wyn Boniface said...

Thanks RW

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