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Sold off my Stainless Springfield and upgraded ( i think.. lol) to a Para GI expert. Seems to be alot smooth, and tigher toleranced pistol. Shoots very well.
 

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i just got me one of them a few weeks back. put about 100 rounds through it so far. now im thinking about selling my S&W Sigma, wich i liked before, cause after shooting the Para, i cant even stand shooting the Sigma. oh and ill take the $$$ from selling the sigma to get another Para.
 

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Great looking shooter! ! ! Just can't get myself (or mama for that fact) convinced that I really "need" another pistol. Have three of them in the house already - and one is an original M1911A1. Guess I'd put the $$ into the one rifle I really want to 'complete' my WWII collection - an M1 Garand.

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I love shooting the Para.. Very accurate and just a dream to shoot. My buddy that owns a gun shop here in Tampa just give me a heck of a deal on a Sig Sauer. in .357 sig. That is a very fun gun to shoot.
 

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I added a Hogue grip to the Para.. I just love them Hogues.. I carry this as my back-up hog pistol. And with wet or sweaty hands that Hogue makes the pistol feel like it is glued in your hand.
 

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I have been looking into getting back into the 1911 platform pistols. I looked at para ordnance and just didnt like the fit or the over all quality. I found the Kimbers and the Remingtons to be better suited for my intentions. My primary goal was to aquire a CCW and decided on the Kimber Ultra CDP in .45. have to wait till Monday night to pick it up.
 
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