About Norinco Np30

Discussion in '1911 Forum' started by oscar1975, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. oscar1975

    oscar1975 New Member

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    Hi I bought a pistol Norinco Np30; Do you suppose that is a good buy?, The weapon is second hand and comes as amended, brings back dock, pier guide stainless trigger type match, dock cleat, Disconnector, guarantor everything Wolf and Ed Brown , And also leads Cacha Hogue (rubber). But what worries me is that its frame is not compatible with pistols 1911 and it is hard to find parts, and that this gun (Norinco Np30) is less reliable than the Norinco 1911 A1.

    One answer please and thank you,

    Oscar.
     
  2. Mark F

    Mark F New Member Supporter

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    YES, SI....
     

  3. oscar1975

    oscar1975 New Member

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    Hi, thanks for your succinct answer, I'd like you to be more explicit. Please.

    Thank you, :confused::confused:

    Oscar.
     
  4. matt g

    matt g New Member Supporter

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    Years ago, before they were banned, a friend has a Norinco 1911. It was best used as a paperweight, as it jammed every few rounds. If your new pistols shoots well, then it's probably had a lot of time and money put into it to make it reliable.
     
  5. oscar1975

    oscar1975 New Member

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    I hope not, thank you for your response.

    Oscar.