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    PT 145 or PT 140 Millennium Pro

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    I picked up both of these at a shop today and decided I need to get one. I know the .40 cal PT140 weighs a bit less than the .45 cal PT 145, but how do they compare when shooting them? I don't own a .40, but do have .45 caliber pistols already. They are asking $359 for either model.

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    .45

    They have virtually the same dimensions, the same capacity. I've got the 145 and I really enjoy it. It shoots really well and is quite comfortable. Whichever you get add the Houge HandAll Jr

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    I'd go for the .45 for simplicity of ammo since you aleady have weapons in this caliber. I am in the process of doing this now. Also with the huge price jumps of ammo you might consider reloading at some point to save some $$$.
    I started reloading again at the 1st part of the year and so far have saved about $120.00 in 4 months But both are good shooting guns for some reason to me the .40 cal does seem to be a little more snappy




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    i own both the 40 and 45 and i actually like the 45 the best. Less muzzle flip with the 45.

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