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    I OC'd my 9mm Millennium Pro this morning all around Evans running errands this morning.

    7-11, Home Depot and Autozone... I didn't even get talked to about my gun, one kid about snapped his neck checking out my pistol as I told him I needed a new power drill, but no one else seemed to notice or mind.

    also carried last night stopping at an ATM, because a friend of a friend was robbed with a large knife after making a cash withdrawal in Denver...

    I just moved here from South Dakota, and Evans seems really nice, and most of the people I've talked to have been very pleasant.



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    The Fiercest Beard wrote:
    I OC'd my 9mm Millennium Pro this morning all around Evans running errands this morning.

    7-11, Home Depot and Autozone... I didn't even get talked to about my gun, one kid about snapped his neck checking out my pistol as I told him I needed a new power drill, but no one else seemed to notice or mind.

    also carried last night stopping at an ATM, because a friend of a friend was robbed with a large knife after making a cash withdrawal in Denver...

    I just moved here from South Dakota, and Evans seems really nice, and most of the people I've talked to have been very pleasant.

    How do you like that pistol? I carry a .45 Millennium Pro. Nice enough pistol for me and very compact shape. Wish the grip had more form though.

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    I've OC'd in both Home Depot and Autozone with no problems. In fact, I was getting help from an assistant manager at Home Depot and he complemented my holster and we talked guns for about 10 minutes.

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    cscitney87 wrote:
    How do you like that pistol? I carry a .45 Millennium Pro. Nice enough pistol for me and very compact shape. Wish the grip had more form though.
    hey i really like this gun, very affordable, with lots of features found on high end guns. I'd love a .45 down the road and a Mil Pro would be nice.

    it has been reliable right out of the box, its compact and light weight, and with a 13 rd capacity, it has enough firepower I'm sure to handle most situations

    unlike some ultra compacts, it has a full grip, which handles recoil very well, I can squeeze off all thirteen rounds very fast and accurately.

    it also is surprisingly handsome for a poly frame gun. or at least i think so.



    I've been OCing everywhere I go now, I had been expecting people to stop and say something in BestBuy or Target, but no one even batted an eye.

    I never thought that there would be a place more pro gun than South Dakota, however, I think most from sunny Colorado maybe are just more sensible.
    maybe its the cold of South Dakota winter just makes people crazy. I never would have been able to carry in the Sioux Falls BestBuy or Target stores

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    The Fiercest Beard wrote:
    cscitney87 wrote:
    How do you like that pistol? I carry a .45 Millennium Pro. Nice enough pistol for me and very compact shape. Wish the grip had more form though.
    hey i really like this gun, very affordable, with lots of features found on high end guns. I'd love a .45 down the road and a Mil Pro would be nice.

    it has been reliable right out of the box, its compact and light weight, and with a 13 rd capacity, it has enough firepower I'm sure to handle most situations

    unlike some ultra compacts, it has a full grip, which handles recoil very well, I can squeeze off all thirteen rounds very fast and accurately.

    it also is surprisingly handsome for a poly frame gun. or at least i think so.



    I've been OCing everywhere I go now, I had been expecting people to stop and say something in BestBuy or Target, but no one even batted an eye.

    I never thought that there would be a place more pro gun than South Dakota, however, I think most from sunny Colorado maybe are just more sensible.
    maybe its the cold of South Dakota winter just makes people crazy. I never would have been able to carry in the Sioux Falls BestBuy or Target stores
    Very gorgeous weapons they are.

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