Para Pro Custom 9 mm

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posted on January 14, 2014
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This new Para USA Pro Custom 9 mm double-stack pistol was designed for the competition market, and retains the same features as its larger-caliber brother in .45, including a stainless frame and slide with a full Iongbond PVD finish. Other features include a VZ Operator Machined G10 grip that comes standard along with front and rear cocking serrations, a fiber-optic front sight, adjustable rear sight and a full length guide rod. Check out the video of pro-shooter Travis Tomasie, who was on hand at Media Day at the Range during SHOT Show 2014 to highlight the features . MSRP $1,449. For more, visit Para-USA.

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