Para Carry 6.45

Discussion in '1911 Forum' started by thepaulmc, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. thepaulmc

    thepaulmc New Member

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    I just bought one of these and am having problems with it jamming all the time. The round under the one feeding keeps walkinf forward and jams the gun. Anyone know if this is a problem with these guns or the mags?:mad:
     
  2. thepaulmc

    thepaulmc New Member

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    Well I now understand that para has a problem with their mags, sent one back to them to see what they will do. been going 3 weeks now:mad: Their service has gone down the drain...
     

  3. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Interesting. Have you tried other types of mags for the weapon itself to see how they run?

    Generally, I dump my factory provided mags in the do not use pile unless they run flawlessly, or are from an outsourced company that makes mags for a livelihood ( like Mecgar ).

    Please keep us informed as to what you end up with a solution.

    JD
     
  4. stalkingbear

    stalkingbear Well-Known Member

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    I wish you good luck in solving this problem. I have the same exact model for personal ccw carry and an act of congress can't make it malfunction. Of course I've done a lil bit to it but it will now feed empty cases straight from the magazine. I LOVE mine.
     
  5. thepaulmc

    thepaulmc New Member

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    Still waiting,, called them and was told they just received it on 11-5... The tracking # said they got it on 10-24 real shame the way cust service goes down. Stalkingbear... What if I may ask did you do to it??
     
  6. thepaulmc

    thepaulmc New Member

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    Quick question again, what holster did you choose for your para? and did you look for any grips?? Thanks
     
  7. stalkingbear

    stalkingbear Well-Known Member

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    All I did was rengineer the throat angle,hone it,modify the feed lips slightly,ant tighten up the slop on mag release so that it presents a more consistant feed angle.