Purchased a Taurus Millenium Pro 9mm and a Sig P2022 9mm.

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      Purchased a Taurus Millenium Pro 9mm and a Sig P2022 9mm.

      Have had the Taurus for probably 3 months and the P2022 for a month. Haven't even fired them yet!!! Purchased holsters for both, a cheapo Fobus for the P2022, cuz I'll never CC it. So the Fobus will function well for a range holster. Ordered two holsters for the Pro, forgot which I ordered. It's been so long and the holster people are so overwhelmed, I have no idea when I'll get them.

      To be perfectly truthful I have no idea why I bought these two guns except for want'itis. Anyone else have the same problem?

      I own a Sig P239 9mm, sweetest piece I've ever owned; a Ruger LCP, which is my daily carry; bought a Wilson Combat ADP 9mm, which I just got lucky and found a Wilson Combat holster for it for $40; I really like this piece and eventually it will become my daily carry; a Glock 23 (.40) that the wife likes. I also have a little S&W Model 22A for plinking and target practice.

      Probably going to end up selling the Pro and the P2022. I'm still trying to justify my reason for buying them.

      Gun'itis and want'itis are serious diseases!!!! I just hope they aren't catchy

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      You haven't even fired them, you're buying holsters for them, and you're already thinking about selling them... you are sick!

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      Quote Originally Posted by plentyofpaws View Post
      Have had the Taurus for probably 3 months and the P2022 for a month. Haven't even fired them yet!!! Purchased holsters for both, a cheapo Fobus for the P2022, cuz I'll never CC it. So the Fobus will function well for a range holster. Ordered two holsters for the Pro, forgot which I ordered. It's been so long and the holster people are so overwhelmed, I have no idea when I'll get them.

      To be perfectly truthful I have no idea why I bought these two guns except for want'itis. Anyone else have the same problem?

      I own a Sig P239 9mm, sweetest piece I've ever owned; a Ruger LCP, which is my daily carry; bought a Wilson Combat ADP 9mm, which I just got lucky and found a Wilson Combat holster for it for $40; I really like this piece and eventually it will become my daily carry; a Glock 23 (.40) that the wife likes. I also have a little S&W Model 22A for plinking and target practice.

      Probably going to end up selling the Pro and the P2022. I'm still trying to justify my reason for buying them.

      Gun'itis and want'itis are serious diseases!!!! I just hope they aren't catchy
      See my signature?

      Guess Not: Current armory = Glock 17, Glock 26, SIG P-6, Taurus PT111, Ruger LCP, S&W 22a, Kahr CW9 (on its way)

      Have not shot any of them in two weeks. Afraid to let go of the ammo that I have.

      See a pattern emerging here?

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      I have had weapons both long and short that I've not fired or rarely will., I sold a Colt that I owned a year and only fired once right before I sold it just to make sure it worked OK

      I have 30 + weapons here in the house and I only actually use maybe 1/4 of that. The "wanna's" do more to take my money than anything but I have no intention of stopping it. Now and then I will drag out something and knock the dust off it and I remember then why I got it. Because shooting is great! And I haven't lost money on a gun yet.
      Great investments, you buy good ones and they will hold value or go up a little if you're lucky. Rather do that than stocks. People are still reeling because of deflated 401K's I'm sure there are plenty here that would love to be even on one of those right about now.

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      I think I have that disease too. Luckily, I don't have a lot of $$$

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      Enough with all you people whining!!!!

      Shut up, toughen up.........you fell off your bike, so what!!!!

      I will join you to hold your hands....now lets get back out there and buy more guns that none of us need!!!!!

      YYYYEEEEE HHHHHAAAAAA!!!!






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      Millenium Pro 9mm

      I plan on selling my Millenium Pro. Bought it new for the wife because it was cheap and Taurus has a good name. The gun is small and has good capacity and the 9 has good power. Not too crazy bout the straight 8's but learned to use them. When I bought it the store clerk told me that this gun has the ability to coninue shooting in the event of a misfire. All I'd have to do is pull the trigger again. After a few hundred rounds I had a misfire but nothing worked. It happend again the next time I went to the range. I looked and the feed ramp has a burr. Of course, I can send it to Taurus and wait months or just sell it. Since then I have bought a G19 and it's great. Now I need to figure out what replacement I'm going to get for her.

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