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Thread: Remington double-stacks versus Para double stacks ??

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    The metal trigger IS interesting. Not because there's anything wrong with plastic for the trigger shoe [as far as I'm concerned] but because the fit of the plastic Para trigger could be quite loose, especially top to bottom. If the metal one is a bit tighter, it might be an improvement -- and interesting for Para owners as an upgrade, if Remington starts selling spare parts.

    MinkFeet, your Para Pro Custom probably came with Para's EGW-made HD extractor. Have you stripped the Remington's slide, by any chance? I wonder if they kept it or if they decided to go back to a standard 1911 s80 extractor...
    Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold.
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    Does anyone know if they are planning on bringing the LDA line back?
    Never think outside the box. Just buy what is on the shelf. There is a reason it doesn't come the way you want it. Be a team player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdrifter View Post
    Does anyone know if they are planning on bringing the LDA line back?
    Yes, we know.

    According to Travis Tomasie, they are not.
    Hawkmoon
    On a good day, can hit the broad side of a barn ... from the inside

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