Funny, I don't see where he asked anything about a Kahr, or any other handgun besides the Taurus P111 for that matter.
I mentioned in another thread that I recently saw a Millennium Pro have a huge failure. I don't know what caliber it was, but I'm assuming it was a .45. The gun had fired 300 rounds flawlessly with no issues of any sort, so the owner (range employee) decided to use it for a shooting match to see how it did before he started carrying it.
The first 15 rounds fired with no issues. The 16th round fired, and the slide stopped half-way back, just short of ejecting the casing. The slide completely froze, with absolutely no play or wiggle to it what-so-ever. The casing wasn't to blame, as it was free to rattle around behind the chamber, and the barrel was free to wiggle as well. Last I heard, after multiple armorers and tools, the slide is still stuck.
This could be just a single bad apple, and it wasn't the same caliber as the P111. However, seeing that happen first-hand just really makes me think twice about any gun that says Millennium Pro on the side.
If that is the gun that is the most comfortable for her, just make sure she puts at least 317 rounds through it before she trusts it for carry