PT-945

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    PT-945

    Anyone familiar with this pistol. I'm wondering if anyone has ever done anything to shorten the trigger pull. If you have one you know what I mean. The trigger seems to be really "forward".

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    The trigger is far forward for the doublaction pull of the first shot, after the first shot the reset for single action on other shots is about half way. I am not sure what it would take to shorten the double action pull.

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    I've own one for quite awhile. Great shooter and great gun. I've done no modification to it and not sure if it need modifications.

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    That's the 45 right? Used to own one. Good gun, but it always annoyed me that the thumb safety wouldn't stay engaged. Any little thing would knock it off.
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    Paramedic--the little spring under the left side of the grip may be weak or dislodged. I owned a 945 for a short (SHORT) while; mine was a complete lemon. All Taurus' can't be that bad or nobody would buy them, but mine was horrible.

    That gun was enough to make me swear off Taurus autos. On the bright side, I went to HK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Hennessy View Post
    I've own one for quite awhile. Great shooter and great gun. I've done no modification to it and not sure if it need modifications.
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by rachilders View Post
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    same here.I carried it every day for about 2 years until I could afford to buy my glock.I would still carry it but its too hard for me to conceal at work. I never had a problem with it.

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