The Taurus PT-111 Millennium G2 has a Picatinny rail, but I didn’t attach a light or laser to my test pistol. It has a loaded chamber indicator, so you can tell at a glance if it is loaded. It felt good, even solid, in my hand and all the fingers of my right hand fit on its grip. It weighs 22 ounces unloaded (for comparison, the slightly smaller 9mm Glock 43 weighs about 19 ounces but all of my fingers don’t fit on the Glock’s grip). The PT-111 Millennium G2 has a ramped 3.2-inch barrel and holds 12 9mm cartridges in a standard magazine, plus one in the chamber. (The PT 111’s sibling, the Taurus’ PT 140, is chambered in .40 caliber.) So it’s a compact 9mm made to carry that has plenty of capacity (for comparison, the Glock 43’s magazine is a straight-stack six).