Glock 27 vs.Taurus Millennium Pro 45 Vs Glock 26

Glock 27 vs.Taurus Millennium Pro 45 Vs Glock 26

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    Glock 27 vs.Taurus Millennium Pro 45 Vs Glock 26

    What would you go with?Why?


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    G-27.

    Can convert it to 9mm, or .357.

    It is more reliable than the Mil Pro. Have been hearing of tons of issues with the .45 Mil Pro.

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    Glock 27 vs.Taurus Millennium Pro 45 Vs Glock 26
    Quote Originally Posted by albaraptor View Post
    What would you go with?Why?
    Well, whatever it is, I'll go with Glock.......just because Glock is me (for the most part....don't let 'em know I chose a SIG for my 45)
    I like the 40 S&W....I really do. I think it's the best overall 'package' in a lot of preferred CC pistols. No caliber war here. I like my 9mms and my 45s just as well. Ounce for ounce, I think the 40S&W takes everything in the statistics for what it's worth. My take on the 40S&W is not a "compromise" between anything. I just think it's a very good round for PD and worth it's weight and then some. I could go on, but most have heard it before. My very first CC pistol was the G27, and no matter what, I'll always have that to fall back on. Once I learned I could CC a G19 as well, or better than the G27, I went for it. Now my EDC is a G23. Go figure. All of those you've listed should be tried before you make up your mind. I'm not selling Glock......I don't need to. But if you opt for the G27 and don't like it, then everything will be downhill from there.

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    Glock 26

    Or the Glock27. Too many issues with the .45 taurus. I chose the 26 over the 27 because the very small increase in stopping power of the .40 over the 9mm is negated by the much faster follow up shots I get with the 9mm.

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    Glock

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    The Taurus is relatively inexpensive. Mine has been very reliable. It's fairly easy to conceal. 10 +1 rounds of .45
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    the glock, either one will do the job.
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    I would go with......... What do you think?
    34 hand guns and still going.....

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    I have both the Mil Pro .45 and now the Glock 26, I have to say that I would go with the Glock 26.

    One is the trigger pull and two is how much cheeper ammo is to shoot. I mean you can go by the old saying that "if it doesnt start with a 4 it aint ****" but honestly 9mm has been proven in Combat and with LEO's and will get the job done (and with Self-Defense Ammo).

    My PT145 Pro is now my Home Defense gun, equipped with Armalaser, and the Glock 26 is the new carry gun. Hope that helps. If you get a chance go shoot them all, and see what you like best.
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    Whichever of the Glocks you prefer. I prefer the .40S&W cartridge, but their 9mm pistols are the pride of their line-up due to their proven durability over time (round count).
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    I have and like my Taurus PT145 - but - gotta admit you'd have better luck finding holsters and other accessories for the Glock.
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    Out of those choices, to me, the Taurus.

    Mostly I'm not a glock guy, I like a real mechanical safety.

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    The Glocks and Taurus are not even in the same league.

    I'd buy the 26. Plenty of power in a nice shooting package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    The Glocks and Taurus are not even in the same league.

    I'd buy the 26. Plenty of power in a nice shooting package.
    I like Taurus pistols based on the value they represent. However, when comparing Taurus pistols to Glocks, in an apples to apples comparison, they just don't measure up. IMO the Taurus is the kind of pistol you buy when you can't afford a Glock. If you have the money for a Glock you should buy the Glock!
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal View Post
    G-27.

    Can convert it to 9mm, or .357.

    It is more reliable than the Mil Pro. Have been hearing of tons of issues with the .45 Mil Pro.
    Yup, three in one....
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