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With its lightweight polymer frame, thin profile, and ramped 3.2" barrel, this Millennium G2 is the ideal concealed carry handgun. The Millennium G2 features an accessory rail, high-profile sights with a fixed front, an aggressive, textured grip and melted edges for added comfort and easy concealment. It also has a loaded chamber indicator, manual and trigger safety, and the Taurus Security System. This model has a blued stainless steel slide and a black frame.

Type Pistol
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9mm Luger
Barrel Length 3.2"
Capacity 12+1
Safety Manual
Grips Black Polymer
Sight Configuration Fixed Front, Adjustable Rear
Weight 22 oz
Frame Finish Black
Frame Material Polymer
Barrel Type Ramped
Slide Description Blued Stainless Steel
Sight Style Contrast
Barrel Length Range 3.00" to 3.99"
Weight Range 16.00 oz to 31.99 oz
SKU#: 1G2C93112
UPC#: 725327616030

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NGOA's business model isn't one that I support. They seem to be hiding their final price and won't even let me browse their website until I plunk down my credit card and drink the club cool-aid. I understand all businesses exist to make money. Unless an online gun retailer gets a great deal on a particular gun, or are clearing it out at a loss for some reason, it's hard to find a smoking deal that much better than others are offering. Some shops advertise a lower price but have various fees, some shops buy in bulk so they can undercut the competition by a few bucks, some have higher prices and win customers with outstanding service. NGOA seems to think they can make their money on folks forgetting about the monthly membership charge. It must work for some or they wouldn't be in business, but I personally hate, hate, hate being forced into a membership that I have to remember to cancel before a company will do business with me. Only and idiot buys before knowing the true final price they are paying and weighs it against product and service quality.

Now, as for Taurus. Same thing really. If you don't like their guns, service or their warranty then don't buy one. It's a budget gun at a budget price and you can't expect them to shit you diamond Tiffany cuff links for less than two bills delivered. Offering a one-year warranty on a sub $200 gun isn't exactly the crime so many are making it out to be. Please stop with the moral outrage that some of us might actually enjoy owning a Taurus firearm. Especially from those of you who don't even own this particular gun.

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I blocked their deals, there is a option at the top to block them.

I agree all these membership club merchants can goto hell.
btw I've seen this gun for sell for 180 else where so they ain't nothing special on this deal.

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If you blocked them, how did you know about the deal?

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Not shown in the NGOA ad is the membership fee.
So which sites are a better deal?
Almost all of them.

https://www.mrgundealer.com/handguns/semi-automatic-handguns/taurus-pt11...

https://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Taurus-PT-111-Millennium-G2-Stainless-1...

https://palmettostatearmory.com/taurus-g2c-9mm-pistol-black-1-g2c931-12....

This is not a deal when this gun is only $20 more elsewhere without the monthly membership.
NGOA buyers club has fees that change, but commonly are similar to:
* $96 sign up then $10/month
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* $38/month
They've changed the fee struture, but it's an ongoing monthly fee.

If you're buying guns and stuff all the time every month, then yeah, then NGOA can work out for you. But if not...no deal.

And finally, as a stand-alone deal for a Taurus G2C?
Not a deal

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These NGOA guys are a scam. Read the complaints on BBB and everywhere else online. Just do a quick Google search. Stay far away from these guys.

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The extractor design on this gun is absolutely garbage, plain and simple.

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Like how? Working every time? I even googled "taurus pt111 extractor" and "taurus g2c extractor" to see if anyone on the intranets was also crying however the only post on the first page of results was from 2011 complaining about a broken extractor. I added the word "problem" to both searches and a 2017 and 2013 result were added. For example a search of "glock 19 extractor problems" appears on the surface MUCH more damning....BTW, not suggesting there is anything wrong with a Glock 19.

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Thanks for the research report. I find google much more trustworthy than internet forum gunsmiths (or wannabes).

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Combat armory has them back in stock. I just purchased one ! $199 . take15 code. Down to $169 + free shipping

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Awesome! Just got it from there. Preciate the direction over to them

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You got it brother! Enjoy your new gun!

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Taurus reduced their warranty to just 1 year for anything built in or after 2017. Their quality is iffy and for only 1 year warranty. No im good. Few years ago with a life time warranty I would have bought. I own multiple Taurus. This is not so anti Taurus rant its just that they are doing their customers wrong. I had the 111 and traded it. Wish I wouldn't have but o well. I still have a 92, a public defender and the Raging Bull but I wont be buying anymore.

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Historically their "Lifetime" warranty has been laughable at best with many reports of several months waiting to get guns back either not fixed or with new problems. It could be a cost cutting measure to increase profits, or cost cutting measure to increase QC. It could be a little of both. The cynical side of me would immediately say, cost cutting to increase profit, bar none. Time will tell.

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Correction: Taurus reduced their warranty to any *MODEL* RELEASED AFTER 1/1/2017. Any model that was available before that date (regardless of manufacture date has a life-time warranty. For example at PT92 or Judge made yesterday have a life-time warranty where as a G2C purchased 366 days ago is out of warranty. I have heard they are still repairing firearms for free on a case by case basis even if they are technically out of warranty. Remember, lots of manufacturers have NO WRITTEN WARRANTY such as Ruger or only a year such as Glock.

"The Taurus Unlimited Lifetime Repair Policy extends to all Taurus USA firearm models in production prior to January 1, 2017."

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I have a S&W SD9VE, I also have a concealed carry permit, I want to purchase a smaller 9mm piece to carry because my S&W is a little big although I do carry it at times.Just looking for a smaller reliable piece that I can carry more often. I have been looking at the Taurus G2, I welcome any additional pros/cons? Thanks

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you wont be dissapointed,it has the capacity,reliable,looks and feels good shooting,i cant say enough about the PT11/G2C I own the PT which is basically the same gun. I too at first was like many and thought ewwww a taurus!!?? my son bought one as his first gun and i was a little upset thinking wow why that gun, after visiting him and looking at it and holding i was hmmmmm went to the range as my jaw dropped!! i came back got on the PC and ordered one that same day! thru gun deals.i believe i gave around $200 out the door with the $20 FFL, i love love love it!!! just for those out there I also own glock 22,40cal..S&W M&P2.09MM. S&W 357 revolver,and a ruger LCPII 380,and many rifles and shotguns. so im not a fisrt time gun buyer by anymeans. the size it perfect for conceal carry,and youll love the texturing on the grip,comes with 2 mags 12+1 havent had any problems what so ever!

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Look into the Ruger edc9 it's a nice size for CC

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If you want to carry 9mm smaller and thinner than your current SD9VE then I would suggest a Smith and Wesson M and P Shield or a Springfield XDS Mod.2, both models are thin and very reliable

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The trigger isn't very good. Everything else it is perfect for concealed carry.

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These things work well. That's all there is to it. They're incredibly ergonomic, reliable, and reasonably accurate. Nothing to complain about for $180. Hell, there isn't much to complain about at twice that price.

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Mine runs like a top and I even use Winchester white box.omg, how can that be!!!

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Each to their own, but I have sent in Taurus, Keltec, Browning, Para and Rugers for repair, Taurus is not the only manufacturer that has issues. When you consider the vast number of sub $200 G2's Taurus has sold, the percentage of guns going in for repair may not be any more than any other manufacturer.

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oops......n/m

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P.S. - Sig Sauer’s 226 20 round magazine fits. A gap bridging extension covers exposed real estate at magazine base. WWG1WGA.

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Is it only there 20 Rd that fits or does there normal magazine for has well

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Same happened here, promised a replacement 4/24/18 but ain’t seen it as yet. Recommend the Lakeline steel rear sight - don’t come with a screw, a (pricey) but sweet upgrade. Their green / orange rod light collecting replacement front sight would be a big improvement too.

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Put a lil loc tite on that rear sight mounting screw. One look down to find a fly away set screw at a outdoor range & you soon realize the futility of human kind. Kudos to Taurus for excellent customer service. After a email, I rec'd a few replacement screws in the snail mail.

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Seems like a great deal!

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their great guns,good capacity,mid size,shoots as it should havent had any problems with mine,well worth the money

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I own one of these and have put over 1,000 rounds through it without any issues of any kind. My Uncle, Aunt, and Niece each bought one after trying mine out. None of us have had any issues. I have owned over a dozen Taurus pistols, revolvers, and even a rifle and never had a complaint on them. My father had a 45 acp Taurus that gave him feeding issues but one trip back to the factory and it worked just fine afterwards.
I've had a Glock 23 blow apart while shooting it due to a thin fracture that ran through the left side of the frame by the take down lever, but I don't bash Glocks. All guns have lemons, some more than others, but the Taurus haters bash them on older models that had issues or just hate anything that's not Glock, S&W, etc..
I've never lost money on a Taurus gun that I've sold and yes, There are plenty of people buying them!

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Well said. I don’t own a Taurus but I agree completely. Even the best brands have lemons. Just ask Kimber.

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How on Earth have 57 people put thumbs up on a taurus?? Are you kidding me....they make junk...always have always will. Plus when you want to get rid of one good luck as few want them. Heck I know gunsmiths that refuse to even work on them their quality control is so bad.

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Thats funny, since i have 3 different Taurus models, including this G2C, and none of them have ever given me a bit of annoyance. On top of which, my father went to Gunsmithing school in Pittsburgh back in the 80's, has had a successful business, and has done numerous custom jobs, and all the Taurus made pieces he has looked at he has never had anything bad to say. He even owns 4 himself! So seems to be the "gunsmiths" you know are either lazy beyond belief, they dont know what they are doing, or your talking out your a**.

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How many Taurus pistols have you owned? I know gunsmiths who say your gunsmiths are full of crap. (see how that works?)

I own the PT111 and it has 700 rounds with zero failures. Pretty good record in my mind.

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dont want to ruin this plus 1 fest but before buying taurus check out the link bellow of how luck of safety of these guns affected clients, mostly brazilian police officers. it might be another fake news, who know. but just be aware and make your own mind

“To understand the pervasiveness of Taurus’s safety issues, it helps to talk to Lívia Nascimento Tinôco, a Brazilian federal prosecutor in Aracaju, the capital of Sergipe state on the Atlantic coast. She’ll tell you that Taurus has a long history of selling guns that blow up or misfire, leaving a trail of injured, dead, or traumatized people. Almost all the victims in Brazil are law enforcement officers, who have no choice but to carry Taurus guns.”
Tinôco k

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-02-28/how-defective-guns-be...

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There are too many questions in that story that were not asked or answered. Plus we are talking about the first generation of these pistols that were designed without an internal safety. If you search and find the video of the "shake fire" it is painfully clear that there is a broken or removed spring of some kind as the trigger clearly wobbles loosely back and forth as the gun is shaken, which causes the gun to fire without a finger on the trigger. Any gun can become unsafe if you use it with worn or damaged parts inside.

And the gun that killed that poor kid was in unknown condition. It was bought second hand at a pawn shop, and who knows if they ever took it to a qualified gunsmith to assess it's condition or if it was safe to fire. No firearm on the planet will be safe to fire forever if you continue to fire it after internal parts wear.

So, don't buy any first generation Taurus in the 24/7 or PT111 line. The second gen pistols like the Millennium G2 and the new G2C are getting rave reviews. I have the PT111 Millennium G2 in 9mm and love it.

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Are u looking to trade

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If Taurus does not want to repair their guns, then they should at least provide parts for customers to buy and fix their own guns, I wouldn’t mind fixing my own gun at all, but I do need the factory manufactured parts.

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The way the extractor is held in place is weird and weak, a simple pin would have been safer and much more simple, in my opinion the way the extractor is held in place is the weak link of this gun.

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Just got mine in, I love it and will be buying a second. The gun feels great in your hand, the trigger is predictable and has a really quick reset. Surprisingly accurate and well built.

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Hello reader, i have a simple solution to the silly arguement below. Just DO YOUR RESEARCH! Make sure you read all the 'fine print' when seriously considering making a fire arm purchase. If you're somebody that wants warranty for your gun, make sure they cover the specific model you're interested in.

The only one that can cause you to get snaked in this kind of business is yourself. So just be smart and do your research my friends.

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Taurus warranty on new guns is one year. No longer lifetime.

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Taurus firearms are still covered by an unlimited lifetime warranty, just not on grips, sights, accessories, cosmetic defects after one year, or damage caused by customer abuse at any time.

https://www.taurususa.com/repair-policy.cfm

"REPAIR POLICY

Taurus USA is totally committed to the very highest standards of quality, dependability, and most of all customer satisfaction. The Taurus Unlimited Lifetime Repair Policy™ is a commitment to repair selected Taurus firearm models FREE OF CHARGE for the lifetime of the firearm. Should you need to take advantage of our repair policy, please follow the directions on the shipping instruction link and our work order form, which can must be printed out and shipped in with the firearm.

The Taurus Unlimited Lifetime Repair Policy extends to all Taurus USA firearm models in production prior to January 1, 2017.

This policy does not cover grips, sights, accessories, cosmetic defects after one year, or damage caused by customer abuse at any time. Taurus USA will not be responsible for these items.

TAURUS USA reserves the right to field strip, inspect and function test all firearms sent to TAURUS USA upon receipt or anytime thereafter. Customers will be provided an estimate for repair if such repair is not covered under the applicable Repair Policy."

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"commitment to repair *selected* Taurus firearm models FREE OF CHARGE for the lifetime of the firearm"

That means they will pick & choose which models to guarantee. Question is, will they tell us?

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Of course, they will tell you. When you go to repair your gun, they will say NOPE! Not on our list. That keeps their repair lines freed up...or money in their pocket because you now have to pay for a repair that they used to cover. Seems they need to tell us exactly what is and is not covered. None of this maybe BS.

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So it is pretty 'limited'. Sounds to me like they are trying to dodge repairing items they should be responsible for.

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I posted exactly what their repair policy is. If it is too limited for you then buy a brand with a better policy. Nobody is dodging anything, as far as I can see. Looks to be spelled out clearly in English. Need it translated to a different language? Google does that for free.

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There is only one reason they would limit their repair policies. Too many guns breaking and they can't afford to repair 'their' mistakes. You bet your ass I will take into consideration of what you said and not but Taurus in the future. There are too many companies that have a much better reputation than Taurus (which doesn't take much) to choose from. If Hi-Point can have an unbeatable repair policy, then Taurus could do the same.

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Doesn't the mighty Glock only have a one year warranty?

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I'm sure that was a rhetorical question, but...

https://us.glock.com/customer-service/glock-warranty

"LIMITED ONE-YEAR OPERATIONAL WARRANTY

Subject to terms, conditions and limitations outlined below, GLOCK, Inc. guarantees its pistols against defects in materials and workmanship that adversely affect their operation for a period of one (1) year from the date of their original purchase by the initial consumer. This warranty is valid only for pistols purchased and used in the United States of America, its territories and possessions and Puerto Rico.

This warranty only becomes effective if activated by the original consumer purchaser within 30 days of the purchase date, by completing and returning the warranty card included with your GLOCK pistol. GLOCK, Inc. reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to accept proof of purchase in lieu of a completed warranty card. To make a claim under this warranty, contact GLOCK, Inc. at: 6000 Highlands Parkway, Smyrna, GA 30082, http://us.glock.com/customer-service/customer-support, or (770) 432-1202 for instructions on how to return your pistol. Do not return your GLOCK pistol for service without prior authorization.

LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTY

The warranty will be void if any of the following occur:

The instructions in the Instructions for Use manual are not followed;
Your GLOCK pistol or any of its parts are altered or modified from their original sate;
Damage is caused by misuse, abuse or improper maintenance;
Your GLOCK pistol is disassembled beyond the instruction in Chapter 9 of the Instructions for Use manual; or
Reloaded, remanufactured, or handloaded ammunition, or ammunition of a different caliber than your GLOCK pistol is used.

There are no warranties which extend beyond the description on the face hereof.
The sole and exclusive remedy pursuant to this warranty is the repair or replacement of your GLOCK pistol, at the sole discretion of GLOCK, Inc.
The implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are expressly disclaimed.
All disclaimers and limitations of liability shall still apply even if the limited remedy of repair and replacement fails of its essential purpose.
In states where permitted, GLOCK, Inc. assumes no liability for incidental or consequential damage or for incidental expenses.
Any action against GLOCK, Inc. based on an alleged breach of this warranty must be brought within one (1) year of the claimed breach.
GLOCK, Inc.’s liability for breach of warranty shall be limited to repair or replacement of your GLOCK pistol, at the sole discretion of GLOCK, Inc."

Is it just me, or does the Glock warranty almost look more limited than the Taurus warranty?

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