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Thread: A basic guide to Para Ordnance pistols sizes

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    A basic guide to Para Ordnance pistols sizes

    Please use this thread to discuss the article on this subject, as it appears in our E-zine.
    John Caradimas SV1CEC
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    PolyKahr (26th July 2021)


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    The e-zine article is very informative. Thanks.

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    John (27th July 2021)


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    I purchased my Para 14.45 in 1991. It is a two toned alloy complete manufacture firearm built in Canada with I have had for 30 yrs now. It was advertised at the time as I recall with 13 rd magazines giving it the 13+1. As best as I can tell or research, with all the changes that had occurred over time, the more current mags would not fit in my firearm.

    It is a jewel of a firearm for me and I will never get rid of it. Besides, I purchased it the same year I got married. It helps me remember how long I have been married now!!!!! HA!!!HA!!!
    There isn't any problem that can't be handled thru the proper use of high explosives.

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