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Thread: Para P13-45?

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    We love them even more when they're not upside-down!
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    Upside down or ?? Beyond my tech savvy....




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    Here is a pic of the first 54 rounds last Saturday evening (two Mecgar fourteen round and two factory thirteen round mags). New Wolff 18 pound recoil springs, 230 gr ball, 15 yards, two handed standing, 2 or 3 rounds from the holster. Not a single bobble, and the flyers are mine. Another 150ish rounds on Sunday did about the same. This is fast becoming a favorite.

    (Some 22LR from a Glock conversion higher up.)

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    Well done, Sir. Looks like you found a "keeper."
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    Good work, but I was expecting that from a Commander-length pistol, made by my late friend Ted Szabo.
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    I just noticed this mag release button looks similar to the same part on a P12-45 (on a You Tube video by Sootch00). I’ll have to look closer at some other videos again. And then go shoot.
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    Two guns using the same aftermarket part. Here's what the factory mag release looks like:



    The upper pistol is an airsoft P14.45. The lower pistol is my Para P13.45.
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    Airsoft makes some models that look real and have “functioning” top ends.

    The more I handle, shoot, and clean this P13, the more I like it.
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