Video—ARTV: Taurus Millennium G2 Pistol Review

Designed to be carried, the Taurus Millennium G2 is a lightweight 9 mm, polymer-frame, striker-fired semi-automatic pistol with a 13-round capacity. At only 22 ozs., the Millennium G2 is an appealing concealed-carry gun exhibiting a thin profile and melted edges. The trigger system within the Millennium G2 offers single-to-double action with second-strike capabilities—meaning, if the first round fails to fire, simply pulling the trigger again resets the striker to sear and releases the striker again. The pistol also includes a loaded chamber indicator, so when a round is in the chamber a flag is elevated from the top of the slide indicating that the gun is loaded. Additionally, the Millennium G2 features the Taurus Security System, which allows the ability to secure the pistol and make it inoperable at the turn of a key. For more, check out this “Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.   





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