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Old 12-30-2009, 06:21 AM   #1
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I have been lusting for a Para .45 GI Expert but cant seem to find one. my gun dealer says he thinks they are a flash in the pan. does anyone have one? are they worth having? just looking for input. Thanks.

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Old 01-01-2010, 08:06 PM   #2
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i have one with about 2000 rounds through it. great gun for the price. had a few early problems feeding but now runs good. VERY ACCURATE with any ammo.

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I somewhat own one. I found one when I first moved back to Texas. Hadn’t changed my DL yet so they would let me buy it till I had proof of residence in this state for 90 day so that it wouldn’t disappear on me I paid all but $3 on it and put in layaway and every month I pay a $1 on it so on feb. 13 when I go pick it up and pay my last $1 I can take it out and let u know how it does

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Always get what you lust after. It will either make you very happy or, teach you a lesson!

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Always get what you lust after. It will either make you very happy or, teach you a lesson!
I think that runs true in GUNS and WOMEN
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