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Para Warthog?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by dukeofurl, Jun 24, 2004.

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  1. dukeofurl

    dukeofurl Member

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    Anyone try these out yet?

    Seems to be a bit of a handful for $530.
     
  2. 22/22mag

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    I have a Warthog ,the promlem was a last round nose-diving in both mags.I Changed the mag springs with Wolf springs and gun shoots everything FMJ,hollow points no jams,stalls,missfires.
    This is a small powerfull 10+1 .45 gun ,so lock your wrist or hold with both hands it will jump .
    After a while I can shoot fast one handed and get good hits from 35-45 feet .I am very happy with this gun but check other gun sites for more info.
    The price was $200 lower then other small 1911s.
     
  3. striker3

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    Check out http://forums.1911forum.com/

    Go to the para forum. There have been a few reviews on these, most of the owners seemed very satisfied. And I agree with 22/22 mag on the price, if you shop around, it seems like the other companies charge more for the smaller more concealable gun than for their bigger versions.
     
  4. Amish_Bill

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    I'm reasonably tempted...
    (then again, I'm easily tempted... ;-)
     
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