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by Jeff E Date Added: Saturday 03 March, 2012
Stay away from this gun. I received mine and foolishly accepted it from my local transfer dealer. Upon getting it home, I found that the gun will not accept one of the magazines that came with the gun! (It will not lock in place). I have another Para, so I tried one of my other mags. The other mag will lock in the gun, but jams if you rack the slide with the hammer back. The mags that came with the gun will not allow the slide release to release the slide with an empty mag in the gun. Upon further inspection, I have found that the gun has a defective slide release. In fact, the slide release looks like it came out of another gun. The finish does not match and there are bare spots where raw metal is showing through. I will attempt to have Para send me a replacement slide release and two new magazines. If you do not want a project 1911, do not buy this gun. That said, the finish on the gun is top notch. I think the guns Buds is selling might be 2011 models, because the finish looks to be nitride, not Ionbond. For what it will cost to send it back to Para for repairs, I could have got a stainless Springfield.

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
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