Taurus Millennium G2 PT111 Maintains #1 Spot on GunBroker.com

Taurus Millennium PT111 G2 Pistol
Taurus Millennium PT111 G2 Pistol
Taurus Firearms
Taurus Holdings, Inc.

Miami, FL -(AmmoLand.com)- The Taurus Millennium G2 PT111 keeps its top seat in the New Firearms, Semi-Automatic Pistol category on GunBroker.com, per the June 2015 report.

The Taurus Millennium G2 beats out, for a second month in a row, other top firearms brands. “The demand we are seeing for this model is very exciting,” said Director of Marketing Tim Brandt. “Consumers are recognizing the reliability of this unbelievably affordable compact semi-auto. We really appreciate the support of the Taurus brand, and the results from Gun Broker in June are evidence that we are delivering on our goal of producing better quality firearms at the right price.”

The Millennium G2 PT111 is available in 9mm and built on a lightweight polymer platform that is perfect for concealed carry. The pistol is equipped with an accessory rail for lights and lasers as well as high profile sights for faster target acquisition. This sub-compact’s sleek design and 22 ounce polymer frame also integrates textured grips and melted edges for better ergonomics, which are significant traits that have helped place the Taurus brand as the top seller on GunBroker.com, Top 5 Best Seller List.

Millennium PT111 G2 SPECS:

  • Model: 111G2
  • Finish: Blue
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Capacity: 12 +1
  • Weight: 22 oz.
  • Barrel Length: 3.2”
  • Frame: Compact
  • Action: SA/DA
  • Front Sight: Fixed
  • Rear Sight: Adjustable-2 dots
  • Length: 6.2”
  • Safety: Loaded chamber indicator, Manual safety, Trigger safety
  • Taurus Security System
  • MSRP: $301.52

About Taurus Holdings, Inc.

Headquartered in Miami, Taurus Holdings, Inc. owns or represents some of the most recognized and valued firearm brands worldwide, including Taurus, Rossi, Heritage and Diamondback. Taurus Holdings is an industry leader with over 200 years of combined manufacturing experience that offers quality and value-packed firearms to the United States and Canada.

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lisa jordan

I have a pt 111 g2 9mm, what is recommended ammo to use in this pistol ?

Kyle Lamb

Bought mine directly from a colleague NIB. 250 Rnds and no malfunctions. Reading the owners manual instructs to load and seat the magazines for 48-Hrs before use. Also engaging the safety key without dry-firing the trigger will permenately damage the weapon. Might be a source of mixed reviews from owners.

Terry

I’ve had my G2 for about two years as my EDC. It’s very easy to carry on the hip , cross draw, or abdomen , and hand purchase is extremely good with the stippling. I’ve fired over 600 rounds with no problems, even with reloads.

Kyle

The magazine does not like feeding some ammo. Sold mine 2 mths after buying it

L. Watson

That can happen with any firearm. Essentially, stick with the brands that work and avoid the ones that don’t. Also, polishing the feed ramp of any firearm can prevent this situation also.

Dan

I bought my PT 111 G2 about two months ago for $226. This is my first pistol. I was looking for a comfortable conceal carry 9mm with a capacity of at least 10 rounds and smaller than 7 inches. The G2 has a double stack magazine with 12 rounds capacity and has an overall length of 6.2 inches. After I bought my G2, I looked at a Springfield XDS MOD 2 Subcompact. The MOD 2 has a double stack magazine with 13 rounds capacity and has an overall length of 6.25 inches. The MOD 2 Subcompact in my opinion is… Read more »

Steve

$50 on g2 9mm

Taurus Firearms Online Rebate
http://www.taurususa.com/taurusonlinerebate.cfm

robert york

just bought a pt-111 G2 and I get a $50 rebate where do I go to get this

Steve Jones

I can’t comment on the PT 111 but I can certainly say that my PT 145 has been an excellent carry weapon. I have put roughly 2500 rounds down range without any malfunctions. I only shoot quality ammo, some of which is reloads and don’t push the reloads to +P ballistics. I have more problems with my top line 1911 than I do with the PT. So go figure.

Paul Cragle

I owned a PT 140 once. Junk junk junk. Only gun I’ve seen blow out it’s firing pin and cover. Took me a month to get it back from Taurus. It did it again a few years later. Will not own another one of their semi autos again. Both gun and service was crap.

KHOP

Got mine for $199 at the local farm store. A great firearm, get yours soon.