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Old 04-05-2012, 02:46 PM
HUGECOLTFAN HUGECOLTFAN is offline
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Para 5inch ssp




What is everbodys thoughts on the para ssp, how is the accuracy and reliability any thoughts would be helpful
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Old 04-05-2012, 02:56 PM
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I don't have one but the SSP model was the one that Todd Jarret ran a 1000 round's trough none stop in a little over 10 minute's. It's on youtube, it's funny to watch to me. He oil's it up with Gun Butter with no jam of any kind in the 1000 rounds.
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Old 04-06-2012, 08:28 PM
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Very good

I have an older black one one and a newer stainless with the fiber-optic front sight added at refurbishing. Both of them are Made In Canada. They are on the Para site under Pro Shop for $700. These are very crisp weapons, with a lighter trigger and "tight machine" feel to them. If you like the GI (entry level) then you will love the SSP. I have put 5000 to 6000 rounds thru the black one, and it has operated flawlessly. I have only put 400 to 500 rounds thru the stainless one and think it will be similar to the black one.
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