The Latest From Taurus: Millennium G2

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posted on May 4, 2013
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Taurus releases the newest version of the Millennium G2 with an updated design. This gun is lightweight at 22 oz with a polymer frame and a thin profile. The G2 features a ramped 3.2 inch barrel and comes in two compact models: PT 111 and PT 140. The gun also features an accessory rail, high-profile sights, a loaded chamber indicator on the top part of the slide and a textured grip for a better hold. The G2 has a 12 round magazine and includes the Taurus Security System.

Other features include:

Finish: Blue
Status: Available
Caliber: 9 mm
UPC: 7-25327-61060-1
Capacity: 12+1
Weight: 22 oz.
Barrel Length: 3.2"
Action: SA/DA
Length: 6.24"
Safety: Loaded Chamber Indicator, Manual Safety, Manual Safety, Taurus Security System, Trigger safety
MSRP: $349.00

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