mr. tater head, I mean this in a nice way but you’re so far in left field you’re outside the ballpark. The vast majority of .45 users do not want an ambi safety. And, since you nor anyone you know has ever had a snag ‘since the early 80’s,,,,,,,,,,,,that means one thing, , it will happen sooner than later now.
I’m with you on that one. I want one in 9mm. The .45acp is great but I want to shoot it for less money , keep a standard caliber with the rest of my handguns and have something else that the whole family can shoot.
Wait a minute….that can’t be a real Ruger. The slide isn’t covered in two paragraphs of warnings.
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|November 13, 2006, 02:22 PM||#22|
Join Date: May 2, 2006
Location: Kansas City
Taurus, definately has the PT145. I have handled one before, and it is pretty good. The trigger pull is quite long compare to a 1911 style .45. I thought there was a compact XD45????