Para Warthog

A compact .45, Para's Warthog delivers full-size stopping power in a carry-size package. Better yet, it features the ever-popular 1911 design.

With its small size, ample stopping power and generous capacity, the Warthog is one that conceal carry practitioners will certainly want to take a look at—and a fine addition to the Gun of the Week series.

Featured here is the stainless steel edition of the Warthog.

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .45 ACP
Capacity:
10+1
Barrel:
3"
Weight:
31 oz.
Length:
6.5"
Height:
4.5"
Hammer:
Spurred
Sights:
Fiber-Optic Front/ 2-Dot Rear
MSRP:
$1,039.00

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21 Responses to Para Warthog

jason wrote:
March 02, 2013

One of the best guns I've ever owned I put grip tape on grips I carry it daily so im not that worried about wear but it still looks new and I've had mine for 3yr now going on 4.

GEM wrote:
November 22, 2012

Looks nice but to rich for my blood. I'll have to stick with the old Star PD.

Jim Harris wrote:
November 21, 2012

Too pricy to be of serious interest.

Pete wrote:
November 20, 2012

I have the Para P12 and it shoots awesome. This one seems to be the little brother.

Bratt wrote:
November 20, 2012

It looks nice but pricey, I have the XDs 45 and it is smaller with 7 rds. Love it and not as heavy to carry.

Dan wrote:
November 20, 2012

Nice looking gun. I didn't see how thick it is,but look's like it would conceal well enough. Interesting.

Ken Miller wrote:
November 20, 2012

Fantastic weapon, but as a retired Captain at one Department as Chief of Police and in Dallas when President Kennedy was killed, I cannot afford this great weapon in this economy. My wife's health insurance cost me that much a month. To high.

Bill Keech wrote:
November 20, 2012

This is the perfect concealed weapon. They say it has lots of stopping power? With a name like warthog, so it should. I hope it lives up to its namesake, just like the A-10 Warthog tank killer. Be responsible with your weapon people.

dixie terlecki wrote:
November 20, 2012

Nice little chunk of a gun!

Ray13666 wrote:
November 20, 2012

Love it, gotta get me one of these bad boys. Good Looking gun.

John wrote:
November 19, 2012

Looks like it might be too much gun for the grip you get.

Bob Colapietro wrote:
November 19, 2012

I've used a variation of this gun as my daily carry gun since 2005. No dissapointments, no failures. A handful, but worth it!

Royce wrote:
November 19, 2012

Absolutely beautiful! Picture perfect CC!!

Robert Lasek wrote:
November 19, 2012

I want one! Do they come with ambidextrous safeties?

Sherry wrote:
November 19, 2012

I have the full size version, I love it!

carlos wrote:
November 19, 2012

This one is excellent for concealment but i prefer single stack.

Donald Torrie wrote:
November 19, 2012

Got one and I love it!

Dave Bolin wrote:
November 19, 2012

Really is a spectacular example of 'big-boy' carry! I love 1911's but this might be more of a distraction in a time of 'stress' than a useful weapon, but it sure would fun to mess around with!

Matt wrote:
November 19, 2012

FIRST! Looks pretty sweet, must be dbl stack to get 10+1.

Norman Solberg wrote:
November 19, 2012

Looks like something worth investigating, but the beavertail and fat grip may make it unwieldy as a compact. My Detonics was likely better designed.

Gina Green wrote:
November 19, 2012

Dear Santa, I have been mostly good all ye...Mon..WEEK. Please may I have a baby warthog? .45 cal in the palm of my hand sounds awesome!