billiardpro18: 150ish dollars and you can cerakote it and won't have to worry about those
scratches anymore. Just a thought. I have a 1911 already and I am
considering getting this just to modify with good parts from ed brown and
the like. And who uses a knife to remove the grips?! Dude remove the
magazine and stick your pinky in there and pop it out, then remove the
other side, then put your grips on there. No wonder you have scratches.
walter w: the stock grips look so much better,the ones you put on makes it look like
Johnny Taylor: I never leave my house without my PT 1911.
Lester Christensen: I carry my 1911 Taurus 45 every day. I really like it.
blitzkrieg459: I want one in stainless.
Luis Gonzalez: as of 8/10/14 to 8/16/14 academy has dem for 499 and they give you a
heritage RR .22 revolver for free thats a good deal I just pick mine
yesterday can wait to shootit
ROTANIMRET X: How much did you pay for yours ? I just ordered one from Target for $399.00
and I am wondering if it is a good deal ?
Jerry Cline: Of all my 45's this one shot better out of the box and the break in period
InFanTe ThcDrew: Ridicule grips,I prefer the original!!
Richard Conley: Those grips look like ASS dude.
bdowner60: That's what I am talking about , a review w/ a few rounds at the range!
RACxEMxWILLIE: You sound like Mark Richt when you talk.
Jeffrey Tabor: i have done 3 things to mine, a rubber low profile wraparound grip from
pachmayer, and a EFK firedragon comp and framesaver guiderod. felt recoil
has been reduced by at least 40%, yes 40%, it is my everyday carry too.
qclark4: Nice vid picking mine up tomorrow brand new for only $400
Dilogna: I'm beginning to think the 1911 doesn't work unless you have those grips.
Maybe I should but some before I pick mine up :/
Capt. Craig: I take it thats the steel frame? Did academy happen to have any of the
aluminum frame ones?
jrcann jay: A lot of people like to talk shot about Taurus but if you've ever owned one
you know that they make very good guns for the money I have a lot of high
end 1911s and I have a Taurus 1911 chambered in 38 super never had any
problems with it I love it the trigger on it it's even better then the
trigger on my kimber pro carry
D'Ante VanNuck: taurus is based out of brazil right
nastang87xx: @chinthenatureboy Where are you finding a Kimber for $680....
Ciaphas Cain: I bought one of these just over a year ago. First 1991 I have ever bought
and I LOVE IT ! Allot of people talk crap about taurus. Truth is it's a
DAMN GOOD PISTOL ! I carry in on duty and off and have had ZERO problems.
At 50 feet I get a fist sized group every time ! To date it has 900 rounds
through it with no jams or misfires. I only run Remington or Federal hollow
points through it. when I get the money I'm getting another one with a
light rail on it !
jmmurdy: nice vid
clumpystern: @thecajunblaze I bought two of these PT1911s and here are a couple things
you need to know. If you get it new, you're getting it straight from
Brazil, and apparently those douches don't take much pride in their work
because you WILL need to send it in for repair relatively quickly. BUT! My
experiences with Taurus customer service stationed in Miami has been
exemplary. They handled expedited shipping costs and were very courteous
and QUICK with my repairs. After that pit stop - it's perfect
Pasky: Agreed, good review, grips are freaken stupid.
bubuandmar: its so beautiful omg:')
knockoutfitness1: Good review thanks
edgedweapon88: I agree that the PT1911 is a great option if you want a quality 1911 on a
budget. Those punisher grips really look nice. Thanks for sharing and great
stluis0855: was that safety crap..lol
Jake Archer: @SOLDERBOY69 Wow....really guy? I happen to own a springfield xd, taurus
pt92, and a taurus raging bull .44 magnum. Let me say that i have no
complaints against the taurus's. They both operate flawlessly and rival the
xd....have you ever fired a gun?
Paul Longoria: nice grips
kuribo1: Good gods above what a mouthy ass you are. What is your name supposed to be
aliensunderground: i served in the military for 22 yrs.my last tour of duty this was the
pistol i used.this gun performed absolutely perfect.it was put through
hell.all i can say is my life depended on this gun and im here to talk
about it.excellent pistol
devildroid667: slap some gunkote on it and throw it in the oven.
ktownkanak808: Nice video. How is your PT1911 holding up? I'm thinking about getting one
of these pistols as an entry into 1911 territory.
Mr. Clint: In the usa,the Taurus makes good guns?Here in brazil taurus do not like
guns(mainly pistols) much of it. taurus millenium here its a very sucks
pistol.. The Taurus sells weapons cheaper than other manufacturers?
explosivesdude: Nice review bro. Do you ever go on the Bayoushooter forum? It's a great
forum for us louisiana folk
aaron ellerman: ok i have to say this cause im sick of hearing this 38oz or almost 3lbs is
not that heavy!!! hell my steel toe work boots are heavier than that! if
you are complaining bout the weight of your gun them maybe you shouldnt own
it? if you are more used to polymer guns then stick with those
enjoipandas: forgive my lack of knowledge, but whats the rear of the firing range made
strongman17: First decent review video ive seen yet. From review, to customization, to
the range. And ur a good shot too. Well done.
Vik X: taurus makes some solid firearms..
SocomElite187: @thefunnypharaoh amen brother, they all suck until someone hits ya with it.
monseyhunt: I bought the Taurus 1911 about a year ago in silver. Added wood grips and
replaced the magazine with Chip McCormick. Found the Taurus magazines cheap
and flimsey but that's my opinion. Although the gun is 100% reliable and
accuracy is dead on I did have to drift the rear sight quite a bit to the
right for the gun to be dead on. Other than that have never had a jam after
over a thousand rounds.
Vincent Hollaway: You won't be disappointed with the Taurus. My only knock is the blue finish
isn't that thick and may wear easily.
mikefla904: Great vid bro and shooting.
basedk: Aside from the novelty grips, great video man. I've been on the fence
between a springfield and taurus, but since taurus uses in house parts, I
think the taurus may surprisingly be better put together. Stacking
tolerances were my main concern, and many guys say the Taurus pt1911 does
an adequate job of fixing that problem. Good video, good piece.
JoeB191145: A knife to pry off grips????. And you whine about a couple little
scratches? Dude take the mag out, use your little finger in the magwell and
lift the grip off. Jeez!
wacevedo07: I heard 1911's don't shoot well with hollow points. what's your take?
krazy45cat: Great looking 45 , I have never fired one .It apears its a shooter .Did you
feel any major differece between the smith and it ? Gerry
Wolfstanus: Works great has a few machining problems but im loving it. At first the
problems bothered me but not it just add character to it. Has never failed
once. But I also have a SR1911... If you can get it. its a must buy. The
ord shoots fairly acurate.
eyespy0099: this is an awesome gun. i love mine and never had any issues with it. great
review as always.