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Which 45 acp would you choose?

Which 45 would you buy? be cause I know I can't decide.  

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  1. 1. Which 45 would you choose?

    • Para USA Expert 14.45
    • Springfield Loaded 1911 Parkerized
    • FNH FNX 45
    • Ruger SR1911
    • Sig Sauer 1911 Nitron rail


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Been trying to start a poll. I don't think I'm doing it right. but I'm wondering the exact question of the title. 

 

Which 45 acp would you choose? Because I don't know which to get anymore.

 

Sig Sauer 1911 Nitron Rail

 

Springfield Loaded 1911 Parkerized

 

Para USA Expert 14.45

 

FNH FNX 45 +/- tactical

 

Ruger SR1911

 

 

 

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If this is for defensive use, only the FNH out of the choices you listed.

 

If this is for recreational use, I would take the Springfield because it would be the best base gun for a custom build in the future.

 

If this is for digging a hole, propping open a door or hitting someone on the head with a heavy chunk of steel, the Para would work great. 

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If this is for digging a hole, propping open a door or hitting someone on the head with a heavy chunk of steel, the Para would work great.

 

Wow, this is some Para hate. Are they really of that poor of quality and functionality?

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Wow, this is some Para hate. Are they really of that poor of quality and functionality?

 

The early Para's didn't have the best reputation, but since they moved to the US I haven't read much negative about them. I know two people that shoot them competitively - Andy B from the board (you may want to pick his brain via a PM) - I believe his is a single stack. And another fellow I know shoots a double stack Para in IDPA - recently moved up to Sharpshooter with it. I don't recall either of them having any problems with their guns. Everybody has to hate something - I'm guessing it's the Kimber owners hating on the Para's :icon_rolleyes:

 

Adios,

 

Pizza Bob

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