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rjstubbl
01-04-2012, 15:58
I am new to USPA shooting and I have been using a G34. I would like to get a 1911 and I have been looking at the Para PXT 18-9 Limited (or similar double stack 1911, suggestions?). I looked on the USPSA website and it is unclear to me if the gun qualifies as production class. Before spending the money on the gun I would like to know because I don't really want to move up to limited at this time.

Here is a link to the gun:

http://www.para-usa.com/new/product_pistol.php?id=10

Thanks

zhix
01-04-2012, 17:54
Fnck Para.

Quack
01-04-2012, 18:18
Para guns that are allowed in "Production"
http://www.uspsa.org/rules/production_list.php

LDA 9mm (30 oz.), LDA P12 45 (34 oz.), LDA P14 (40 oz.), LDA P16 40 (40 oz.), LDA P18 9 (40 oz.), PXT CARRY 9 (24 oz.), PXT CARRY GAP 45 (29 oz.), PXT CARRY-12 45 (34 oz.), PXT CARRY45 (30 oz.), PXT CCO 45 (32 oz.), PXT CCO-GAP 45 (31 oz.), PXT CCW 45 (34 oz.), PXT COMPANION 45 (32 oz.), PXT LDA HI-CAP 45 (40 oz.), PXT LDA NITE-TAC 45 (40 oz.), PXT LDA SSP 45 (39 oz.), PXT LDA/PDA 9 (24 oz.), PXT PDA 45 (24 oz.), PXT TAC FOUR 45 (36 oz.), PXT TAC-S 45 (35 oz.)

cyberiad
01-04-2012, 18:26
I don't think single action is allowed in Production

BuckyP
01-04-2012, 19:08
I don't think single action 1911 is allowed in Production

Fixed it for you. :tongueout:

Seriously though, if you want to get a Para for Production, you'll need an LDA (Light Double Action) Model.

cyberiad
01-04-2012, 19:18
Fixed it for you. :tongueout:

Seriously though, if you want to get a Para for Production, you'll need an LDA (Light Double Action) Model.

I can shoot a CZ75 SA in Production? Maybe I should have written no SAO.

BuckyP
01-04-2012, 21:01
I can shoot a CZ75 SA in Production? Maybe I should have written no SAO.

No, CZ must be shot double action first shot. The division is technically a "double action" first shot. I kid though as the XD and M&P are really single action pistols, and are allowed in production.

Sorry for the confusion. :embarassed: