I have to suggest you don't waste your money. I only say this because I already have.
I bought one a month ago and have not been happy with its performance thus far. At roughly 15 yards with the sights properly aligned it shoots about 4" right and 3" low with two different brands of ball ammo. (Winchester White Box and Magtech). Of course I can drift the sight to take care of the right problem, but I shouldn't have to. It looks ridiculous in the hand with the sight drifted that far over too.
I've had a handful of failures to feed as well, but that was with Ranger SXT which some 1911s have issues with.
I think I've narrowed it down to a sloppy barrel bushing and possibly a little too much tolerance in the slide to frame surfaces. If I can get anything out of it it will be going away and I'll be purchasing an XD 45 or possibly an XDm 45 if they come out with one any time soon.
I talked my friend, who was also set on the Taurus, into the XD 45 for the same money and now I'm really feeling a lot of buyer's remorse. His XD is a tackdriver from 25 yards - feeds anything - and holds 13 rounds. I guess we all make mistakes - hopefully you won't.
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