The PARA Warthog is the world's smallest .45 ACP, 10+1 round, semi-automatic pistol. It is unbelievably powerful for its compact size... only 6.75 inches in length and 4.5 inches high including the magazine. The genius of PARA is the reliability needed in a 3-inch 1911 style pistol, from its unique dual recoil spring system to its cone barrel lockup. The Power Extractor was designed for flawless feeding and extraction with the fast cycling time of the Warthog's compact slide. The Warthog's match grade ramped barrel delivers incredible accuracy in a micro compact pistol.The frames have integral plunger tubes and grip screw bushings and ultra thin polymer grips.
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Type : Pistol
Action : Single
Caliber : 45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length : 3"
Capacity : 10+1
Safety : Grip
Grips : Synthetic
Sights : 3-Dot
Weight : 24 oz
Finish : Black
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Submitted By: Emery G. On 07/26/2014
Just received my Para Ordinance Warthog. It's got a nitrite finish that appears as all black. The gun is bigger than it looks in the images online. It doesn't seem too heavy with an empty magazine. I added a Pearce magazine extender because I could only get 3 fingers on the gun when gripping it. It was hard to cycle the slide and field stripping the weapon was tough the first time because of the strong spring tension. But I managed to break it down and give all the parts a good cleaning and lubrication before taking it to the range. The sights on the gun are great with a low rise twin white dot rear sight and a fiber optic green front sight. The front sight was easy to pick up while aiming and the rear sights were easy to align with the front sight. Overall the initial impression of the Warthog was favorable. The next step is breaking it in. The manual included in the case with the gun, along with a Para gun lock, suggested firing 500 rounds of ammo through the gun to get the parts properly seated and mated. Checked with my local Walmart and they have the Winchester 230g FMJ in 100 round case lots for under $45. It's great that Para has worked out an ammo rebate with Remington where sending in the UPC, some ID, and a rebate form will get you 4 boxes of ammo. That about reimburses you for the rounds you used to break your new Warthog in. Not a bad deal overall.
[4 of 5 Stars]