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    Question Para Ordinance

    I've been looking for a gun strictly for conceal. This caught my eye because of it's size and caliber. Does anyone have any input on this gun? It looks like a good gun for conceal carry.
    Para Ordinance Warthog

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    The doublestack .45's are really fat in the grip, hard to hide under anything but a winter coat. Para does make the slim hawg single stack, and there are others(kimber ultras,SA micros etc etc.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    The doublestack .45's are really fat in the grip, hard to hide under anything but a winter coat. Para does make the slim hawg single stack, and there are others(kimber ultras,SA micros etc etc.)
    just my .02c
    Interesting.. Didn't even think of that. Thanks, scoot

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    Para Ordinance also makes the Covert Carry LDA - 3" "light double action" single-stack .45 - mine has been quite reliable. As a concealed carry gun, it has the advantage of consistent trigger-pull every time.



    And my Night Hog (warthog w/ night sights)
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    I'm not too familiar with Para Ordinance, the Warthog just kinda caught my eye.. Are they reliable guns?

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    Both of mine have been quite reliable. BTW I don't shoot bargain or reload ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kansas_plainsman View Post
    Both of mine have been quite reliable. BTW I don't shoot bargain or reload ammo.
    The 2 you posted are the size and caliber I'm looking for. Thanks for the info. I'll be doing more research on them.

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    I wold not agree that the only way to hide the grip on a double stack 45 is with a winter jacket. I prefer to fress around my gun than to select my gun according to my clothing (not allways an option). Buy a quality gun you like. Invest in a good gun belt and a few good holsters. By the appropriate clothing to math. Dickie work shirts, oversize t-shirts, aloha shirts all work well to conceal a gun.
    "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." -Mark Twain

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    3" Para Carry LDA

    I just picked one up for carry and I really like it. So far I've run about 500 rds of cheap ball ammo and 100 JHPs without a hitch.

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