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New Para USPSA/Todd Jarrett Model

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by Genghis, Apr 18, 2005.

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  1. Genghis

    Genghis Member

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    At the NRA Annual Meeting last weekend, Para had a new USPSA Todd Jarrett prototype. It's a single-action P16.40 Limited with some extra features for USPSA competition, such as a fiber optic front sight, mag well, ambi safety, beavertail, front serrated slide, and long trigger. They plan to release it at the USPSA Nationals in July. Has anyone heard about this gun?
     
  2. Krag

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    Except for the fiber optic sight and mag well it sounds just like my 16.40 HiCap Limited.
     
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    It sounds just like my P-16 Limited...

    It sounds just like my P-16 Limited including the fiber front sight and the magwell(both Dawson).


    Respectfully,

    jdkelly
     
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    All the same features yet priced higher than a STI Edge...that should sell like hotcakes :banghead:





    Alex
     
  5. halvey

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    It will. They will put slick ads in every gun rag and it will sell big. They don't know how to make guns, but they know how to sell 'em.
     
  6. Bob R

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    Maybe somebody who needs the latest whiz-bang will want to sell their old P16.40 cheap.

    Then I can get it and send it out for a 10mm conversion, and other goodies, and have another 10mm in the stable.

    bob
     
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