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Wonder which models they will be manufacturing there?  Didn't see anything mentioned in the article.

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I have a Taurus G-3 and the quality has impressed me so far.

I wasn't sure about how good it would be but after about 800 rounds it has proved accurate and reliable.

Surprised me some what.

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I’ve been impressed with the two PT111 Millennium G2s I’ve had. So much so, that I’m considering a TX-22. 

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I’ve had excellent luck with the G2C in 40 cal.  It’s just a range gun pretty much for me though. 

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