I've owned it's first cousin, the PT908 and I've fired the PT945. I really like the design and function of these models. The upper is like the SIG series pistols, with the Browning lockup, while the lower is like the earlier Berettas and the later Taurus PT9x series. I found it a little sharp on some edges, but the ergonomics were great. I preferred the PT908 because of the concealability, but the PT945 hands out the firepower and is a great CCW .45.
posted on 03/06/2003 1:34:34 PM PST
Not wanting to fill a .416 thread w/ .45 questions,but i need any info regarding feed problems in the pt 945. I believe ive addressed all the obvious, but is there anything inherent in the design, especially the mag spring or ejector that could slow the rate of feed and allow the slide to pinch the fresh cartridges?
posted on 03/06/2003 1:46:42 PM PST
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