Taurus Millennium G2

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the Taurus Millennium G2 pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Taurus Millennium G2 pistols are built on a compact black polymer frame and currently chambered in .40 SW (model 140) and 9mm (model 111). With the G2, Taurus has updated its Millennium Pro series pistols. Features include:

  • A ramped 3.2″ barrel;
  • a striker-fired trigger with Strike Two capability;
  • a picatinny accessory rail;
  • high-profile, three-dot sights, including a standard post front sight and an adjustable rear sight;
  • an aggressively textured grip;
  • memory pads along the frame for indexing your fingers;Taurus Millennium G2 right side
  • an extended magazine base;
  • a scalloped slide with rear serrations;
  • a re-worked exterior that includes melted edges to enhance ease of concealment and draw;
  • a loaded chamber indicator;
  • a firing-pin block;
  • a trigger safety;
  • a single-side (left) thumb safety;
  • the key based Taurus Security System; and
  • a blue finish.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
9mm 12+1 3.2″ 6.2″ 5.1″ 1.2″ 22 oz.
.40 SW 10+1 3.25″ 6.2″ 5.1″ 1.2″ 22 oz.


MSRP: $434.59 (both models)

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Taurus Millennium G2 left side

2 thoughts on “Taurus Millennium G2

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  2. Todd

    What a great concept. I’ve never been one to try the South American guns, as I’ve always felt that you get what you pay for. However, this little pocket rocket was exactly what I was looking for, and felt great in my hands.

    Off to the range! 250 rounds of Winchester 115 FMJ’s without a hiccup. One of the clips that came with the gun wouldn’t hold the slide open after firing the last round; I’ll get around to sending that off one day.

    Real world – I chose Winchester 124g hollow points to keep in the clip. It won’t chamber a round! The bullet becomes lodged against the feed ramp. Back to FMJ’s, and it works fine. I tried a couple of other hollow point rounds that I had, and had the same failure to feed issues.

    Last weekend I posted this info on Taurus’ forum, and all that drink the Brazilian Kool-Aid said to give it a chance – I needed to put several hundred more rounds through this gun prior to sending it back to Taurus for repair.

    My only other semi-auto pistol is a Beretta 96 Brigadier in 40 S&W. From day 1 (2002), I have not had a single failure of any kind (several thousand rounds – mostly whatever cheap stuff was on sale for range work.

    I’ll probably send this to Taurus to see what they can do, but in the meantime will look in to H&K’s or Sig’s (not really a big Glock fan).

    My $0.02.

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