Para Ordnance is BORN Again!… With a Remington Roll Mark on the Slide…

Para Ordnance

Many of us 1911 fanatics affectionately remember Para Ordnance for their high-quality, affordable pistol offerings. They satisfied a weak segment within the 1911 culture by making double-stack 1911s in multiple calibers that were not only aesthetic and cool-looking, but they flat out worked!

Not too long ago, Freedom Group bought and absorbed Para Ordnance effectively marking the end of the 1911 manufacturer… Until now… Sort of.

It was always believed and rumored that Remington would re-introduce the Para Ordnance line through their branding. It only made sense since the Remington line of 1911s bluntly lacks creativity and curb appeal. Well, now that time has come. Like a smoldering phoenix pistol rising from the ashes, we have Para Ordnance firearms once again (with a Remington rollmark).

Para Ordnance

Remington 1911 R1 Limited Single-Stack 9mm – MSRP $1,250

  • 5″ Match-Grade S/S Barrel
  • IonBond PVD Black Finish
  • Ambidextrous Extended Thumb Safety
  • Stainless Steel Slide, Barrel & Frame
  • Fiber Optic Front Sight
  • Fully-Adjustable LPA Target Rear Sight
  • Wide Front & Rear Cocking Serrations
  • Adjustable Skeletonized Trigger
  • VZ G10 Grips
  • Ships w/ Two 9-Round Magazines
Para Ordnance

Remington 1911 R1 Limited Double-Stack .40 S&W – MSRP $1,399

  • 5″ Match-Grade S/S Barrel
  • IonBond PVD Black Finish
  • Ambidextrous Extended Thumb Safety
  • Stainless Steel Slide, Barrel & Frame
  • Fiber Optic Front Sight
  • Fully-Adjustable LPA Target Rear Sight
  • Wide Front & Rear Cocking Serrations
  • Adjustable Skeletonized Trigger
  • VZ G10 Grips
  • Enlarged & Beveled Mag Well
  • Ships w/ Two 18-Round Magazines
Para Ordnance

Remington 1911 R1 Limited Double-Stack .45 ACP – MSRP $1,399

  • 5″ Match-Grade S/S Barrel
  • IonBond PVD Black Finish
  • Ambidextrous Extended Thumb Safety
  • Stainless Steel Slide, Barrel & Frame
  • Fiber Optic Front Sight
  • Fully-Adjustable LPA Target Rear Sight
  • Wide Front & Rear Cocking Serrations
  • Adjustable Skeletonized Trigger
  • VZ G10 Grips
  • Enlarged & Beveled Mag Well
  • Ships w/ Two 16-Round Magazines
Para Ordnance

Remington 1911 R1 Tactical Single-Stack .45 ACP – MSRP $1,250

  • 5″ Match-Grade S/S Barrel
  • IonBond PVD Black Finish
  • Ambidextrous Extended Thumb Safety
  • Stainless Steel Slide, Barrel & Frame
  • Trijicon Night Sights (Front & Rear)
  • Wide Front & Rear Cocking Serrations
  • Adjustable Skeletonized Trigger
  • VZ Operator G10 Grips
  • Railed Frame for Accessory Mounting
  • Ships w/ One 8-Round Magazine
Para Ordnance

Remington 1911 R1 Tactical Double-Stack .45 ACP – MSRP $1,275

  • 5″ Match-Grade S/S Barrel
  • IonBond PVD Black Finish
  • Ambidextrous Extended Thumb Safety
  • Stainless Steel Slide, Barrel & Frame
  • Trijicon Night Sights (Front & Rear)
  • Wide Front & Rear Cocking Serrations
  • Adjustable Skeletonized Trigger
  • VZ Operator G10 Grips
  • Railed Frame for Accessory Mounting
  • Ships w/ One 15-Round Magazine
Para Ordnance

Remington 1911 R1 Tactical Double-Stack .45 ACP w/ Threaded Barrel – MSRP $1,299

  • 5″ Match-Grade S/S Barrel
  • IonBond PVD Black Finish
  • Ambidextrous Extended Thumb Safety
  • Stainless Steel Slide, Barrel & Frame
  • Suppressor Height Sights (Type Currently Unspecified if White Dot, Night Sight, etc.)
  • Wide Front & Rear Cocking Serrations
  • Adjustable Skeletonized Trigger
  • VZ Operator G10 Grips
  • Railed Frame for Accessory Mounting
  • Ships w/ One 15-Round Magazine

As of the publication of this article, none of these models are openly listed on Remington’s website. Finite details like the sight types on certain models, the thread pitch of threaded barrels, and other small nuances will be disclosed with time throughout the summer.



The outdoors, fitness and anything related to firearms are my passions. I am a S&W Armorer, Glock Armorer, reloader and am coping with an addiction to classic S&W and Colt revolvers (by buying more revolvers). I’ve been a guest writer for Sierra Bullets and love long walks to the gun range.


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  • BillyOblivion

    > we have Para Ordnance firearms once again (with a Remington rollmark).

    Because Remington is the universal Mark Of Quality.

    Should have it stamped “Made In China” for that extra level of quality goodness.

    • iksnilol

      On the contrary, Chinese 1911’s actually work in stark contrast to anything bearing the mark of the beast (that damned R).

      • ostiariusalpha

        The Remington R1 is basically the only firearm that Freedom Group hasn’t managed to screw up. I don’t know who their production manager on that line is, but he deserves a Medal of Honor for somehow keeping the executives from bolloxing up the QC on that pistol.

        • Sean

          Except that Series 80 bullshit. But that is a 10 minute fix.

          • Marcus D.

            What is so bad about the Series 80 design?

          • Flounder

            Nothing but some people’s elitism. If i recall correctly the original design has some unsafe features, like it is pretty easy to get it to go off when dropped, and the series 80 design added a couple of parts to make it drop safe. If i remember correctly it is just one additional point of friction in the FCG.

            Which adds a bit of weight to the trigger pull. Now… I mean .5-1lbs on the trigger pull. But unless you are trying to get down to a 2lb trigger it makes no difference. Manufacturers design the production guns to come out at a certain trigger weight and have their QC to ensure that happens, the semi custom houses are already working on the triggers (it is the first thing “customized”) and any smith worth his salt can work both down to very light and “good” triggers if you prefer to have someone work it over.

            It is really just elitism and wanting your safe queen to be better. I get that, and if you have more than two or three 1911’s there is no real reason to get a series 80 pistol. And people complain because the series 80 is far safer and manufactures love safer guns. The series 80 (and similar drop safe pistols) are here to stay and the 70’s are dying, but they will probably always be around for the purists.

          • Marcus D.

            Yes, I know that it adds a sear block, which unless I miss my guess adds an ounce or less to the trigger–and if you are firing that fast, you will never feel the difference, yet you end up with a drop safe pistol. Now it is perhaps my prejudice to carry guns, but I don’t think a 2 lb trigger is a very good idea on anything but a SAO revolver. It is too easy to light one off even if you don’t mean to unless it is up around 4 lbs. Leastways, that is my opinion. I have little doubt “purists” disagree.

          • Flounder

            It adds a lot more than an ounce. If the parts are rough or sometimes just unpolished it would add multiple pounds. But i cant think of a single manufacturer who does not do some finish work on a 1911.

            But otherwise we are in agreement. I dont really like the prevailing opinion that a light trigger is a good trigger. It should be amended to A light trigger is an easy trigger.

          • .45

            Add pounds? I own two 80 series Colts and both are around the 5 pound mark. Seems like something that bad would be a complete showstopper.

          • Flounder

            I said it could if it was made rough/poorly. If they were series 70 yours would probably be at 4-5lbs. So a small change or no change. but certainly less safe.

          • NOUNBELIEVER

            made the 1911 much safer and more practical for lefties…if you carry a chambered round…

        • mosinman

          yeah my R1 works pretty well

        • mazkact

          JMB designs are kind of hard to screw up

          • pun&gun

            *sidelong glance at that Cabot 1911 TTAG reviewed a few years ago*

          • mazkact

            JMB’s designs can be screwed up, it just takes a little doing.

        • Justin Cruze

          Howhave they not tarnished the Remington name? With pistol, after pistol coming out of production with less than desirable results… how?

        • Humpy

          I agree, I recently had a para ordinance pistol with a cracked slide replaced by Remington with a 1911R1, it is actually a quality, very well-made pistol.

      • NOUNBELIEVER

        have 5 China made 1911 pistols in our area…all function fine, no finicky ammo picks…equal to any regular production USA .45 ACP…considerably better than some of Colt’s quality missing pistols…

        • Louis Bethel

          5 Chinese made 1911 pistols?
          The logic in that is…..?

          • NOUNBELIEVER

            not my personal gear…guys who had money and trusted the Norinco Industries quality…service personnel having met Norinlco products in use…each has at least one…..seems the quick buyers purchased two cases of SKS carbines and some Norinco 1911 pistols while the getting was good…preppers do not all live in Idaho….others just wanted affordable firearms….logic ? USA parts fit, perhaps with some filing…but lower prices and far better quality then Essex frames, slides, other sources

      • Jeff Smith

        I have a Norinco 1911 and it’s fantastic.

      • mazkact

        Twenty-five years ago I passed on Norinco 1911’s. By the time we all figured out how good they were they were no longer being imported to the U.S much the same as Norinco’s ‘M14″.

    • No one

      Too bad I’ve actually fired a Norinco pre import ban 1911A1 and it actually functioned better than many “From the Philippines or Brazil but totally a US gun!” manufacturer offerings and several US manufacturers themselves.

      I guess that says something about the 1911, or maybe about dumb stereotypes.

      • BillyOblivion

        For decades now I’ve watched American companies move manufacturing from the US to China in a broad array of products.

        Not *once* has the quality gone up.

        • M

          You’re comparing American companies that outsource as a means of cutting costs to a native defense contractor.

          • No one

            Shhhh, Don’t let him know the difference now, that would ruin the fun!

            Also don’t tell him that probably 90% of the things he’s using like the computer parts or smart phone he’s using to post here were probably manufactured and assembled in China.

    • Madcap_Magician

      Sadly a “Norinco” stamp on a gun is a superior mark of quality to a “Remington” stamp.

  • QuadGMoto

    So it’s only taken 2.5 years for Remington to start talking about making some of the existing Para models. So at this rate, we can expect the full catalog sometime around 2030? (Like the double-stack 9mm carry size they had just released before the buyout.)

    • iksnilol

      Oh don’t remind me of that. That’s like a dream pocket gun for me.

      • QuadGMoto

        There is the Wilson Combat option, if you’ve got the real big green.

        • iksnilol

          No thanks, then I’d have to be a pretentious douchebag slash fudd.

          • QuadGMoto

            Yeah, they’re outside of my budget too.

          • No one

            I can easily afford Wilson Combat (and have members on this site who can back me up on that one), I don’t because I’m really not into Sing Stack plain jane feature wise 1911A1 models.

            Now, If someone took the groip angle and trigger of a 1911A1 and put it on something else (trying to think of what) on custom order, even if it required massive amounts of gun smithing, I’d pay a lot for that.

          • GnarlyNardHair

            I feel like you just described an STI/SVI 2011 in 9mm?

          • QuadGMoto

            The one I’m referring to is a double-stack model in 9mm, a rarity in 1911s.

          • Louis Bethel

            Since you have all this money, why dont you do it?

          • No one

            Not a huge fan of 1911s to be honest unless there’s some historical significance to them.

            Plus for competitions, which is probably what I’d mostly use a high end 1911 variant for, I run a lot better with a CZ anyway., or CZ + LMT SLK8 rifle for 2 gun.

      • Jared Vynn

        Armscor is coming out with a double-stack 45 compact (Officer’s size) 1911 soonish. They might follow up with other calibers as well.

        Or if you don’t mind a Commander size you can get the 22tcm MS HC combo and use the 9mm barrel to carry.

    • Sean

      I get the feeling the new guns were just built out of existing parts.

  • Slim934

    Ewwww…..overvalued firearms under an even more overrated manufacturer? No. Thanks.

  • Don Ward

    An article about Remington, Para-Ordnance AND over-priced 1911s?

    Time to start that torches and pitchfork franchise! http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140708190248/spongefan/images/a/af/Torch-pitchfork.gif

    • Blake

      We have a massive difference in understanding of the word “overpriced”.

  • AC97

    Oh, so they think that adding a “Rustington” roll mark is a selling point, do they?

    FAIL

  • iksnilol

    Y’know in zombie movies when the when somebody’s spouse gets infected and they just can’t bring themselves to kill them?

    This is sorta like that.

    • Don Ward

      That’s probably because the spouse is armed with one of Freedom Works Remington offerings and the gun has malfunctioned.

  • A.WChuck

    I’ll wait until they hit the market and get reviewed before make a comment on their quality. Other’s seem to enjoy making Remington’s employee’s lives harder, I guess.

  • DrewN

    “flat-out worked”? Huh, must be a different Para-Ordnance than the ones we had at the range where I used to work. Because the PA’s we had were giant pieces of !@#$%^.

    • QuadGMoto

      I had heard that Para was having quality control problems. Hopefully the reason for the delay is that they decided to actually solve those problems without repeating the R51 fiasco.

      • Louis Bethel

        I heard the same thing. That facility in Huntsville is not producing good stuff yet.

    • Stan Darsh

      Were they the pre or post-Freedom Group buyout Para models?

      • Flounder

        They have always had a spotty reputation for quality. They were Canadians trying to make an american design after all.

        jokes aside, they got no support from the government and they had some weird weird things. Like a double action only 1911, it had an external hammer that was shaved down to nothing, no spur on it.

        And they never had a good rep as reliable guns. Although they were in general well made guns.

    • tazman66gt

      Were they Canadian Para’s, or after they moved to the states?

      • DrewN

        Canadian. We had 12-45’s,14-45’s and a couple LDA’s.

    • Nicks87

      Yes, thank you. I cant believe it took so long for someone to say this. Para-Ordnance never had great guns in the first place. They had some of the worst triggers I’ve felt on a 1911 and reliability was spotty. Some worked great some couldn’t feed a whole mag without malfunction.

  • DMZ

    Freedom Group… .40 cal… 1911. No.

  • GnarlyNardHair

    I know you guys may not believe me, so I’ll try to take a picture of it and post it here, but I actually have one of the double stack Tactical models with the threaded barrel, and a couple of the things in the description are wrong. I got mine from Grabagun, they only had two in stock when I checked out, so I can’t imagine there are many of these out there yet. Anyway, it came with two magazines not one, and the sights are not night sights, but two-dot white sights with the rear dot directly below the front sight dot. I always wanted a double stack 1911 and when I saw this on Grabagun when I was checking out the $100 Remington rebate thing I decided I needed one. Came to ~$870 after the rebate. Also the thread pitch is .578-28. I’ve also heard from someone that works at Remington that double stack 10mm models are in the works.

    • Blake

      Dude! I love that they are being released with the Heinie “straight eight” sight style. That’s so badass. I’ve been trying to find the perfect first 1911 to pick up and the only real mandate is that it’s chambered in 9mm. I live in California so a double stack doesn’t make much of a difference since our mags can only be 10 rounds max. I might look into grabbing one of these.

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  • LGonDISQUS

    Para Ordinance, you’re in luck.
    ‘Cuz I do two things,
    I shoot and…

  • Anonymoose

    *breaks my “break in case of zombies” case*

    • Don Ward

      #TOPICALREFERENCE

  • tazman66gt

    At least they made them expensive enough that they won’t be around for long. At least Para, in it’s original form, were inexpensive enough that most people could buy if they wanted to. I’m sure we won’t be seeing any LDA models either. Shame they have to kill such a good brand.

    • Flounder

      What are you talking about? These are almost perfect clones of Para’s offerings. Obviously not their budget offerings but those kinda sucked. A GI beavertail? I mean why would you have that on any 1911 that wasn’t a mil spec (nostalgic inducing) model? And that was about all their models under 1000. And those are MSRPs not actual street prices. Maybe Remington is just accounting for how much that R on the side will devalue it’s products and inflating the MSRP accordingly.

      • tazman66gt

        What are you even talking about? Which models had a GI beavertail? None of the ones in their last catalog (2013) had a GI beavertail. Maybe you should actually look into things before making asinine comments.

  • Roguewriter

    With a Remington rollmark. = New production gun from Remington? >insert Family Feud strike buzzer sound< No. No thank you. No thank you, kindly. No as in if you gave me one I'd find some mouthbreathing clod to pawn it off on asap. If I can't find anyone to buy it off me, trade the crappy POS for a Hi-Point 9mm. That way I got a gun that will work.

  • WANDERLUST srt

    Are they made in Alabama or is that just some sort of headquarters?

    • GnarlyNardHair

      Mine says made in Huntsville AL.

      • WANDERLUST srt

        I will probably buy one if they offer a double stack 9mm then. Or a double stack 10mm.

  • 7n6

    Yay, more Korean 1911’s! /s

    • No one

      You could’ve just said “more 1911’s!” and got the exact same effect.

  • jerry young

    I have the R1 single stack 45 and love it, now I may have to go out and buy a R1 double stack 45

  • Gary Kirk

    The tactical double stack has my attention.. But it should have the flared mag well like the limited..

  • mosinman

    is it just my bad memory or is the Paraington 1911s more expensive than when they were just Para Ord 1911?

  • Will

    They seem to have added a lot of gun bling and doubled the price of my beloved Para Ordnance.
    They had a no nonsense 1911 that worked and shot point of aim and did not cost an arm and a leg.
    Now look at it……

  • Thomas Maker

    Remingtonability aside, it would be nice if the brought back the full line of LDA’s, especially the fullsize 9mm.

  • M1aRules!

    I like my 2 RIA’s just fine – at 1/3 cost, I might add.

    • No one

      You know, between actually bragging about owning 2 RIA’s and your username, I have a feel you have quite a history of really poor gun purchase decisions.

      • LGonDISQUS

        Friend of mine brought his RIA 1911 to a casual gun competition our church informally does.

        He said he had about four mags through the gun before that day, and before finishing his mag at the competition, it would not fire. It cocked, loaded, would drop hammer, but would not fire rounds.

        Firing pin broke with less than 50-60 rounds through the gun.

        He was puzzled, I diagnosed it within two trigger pulls.

      • DW

        RIA isn’t RRA

        • No one

          Yeah I know, Rock Island Armory is someone who sells cheaply made Armscor Philippine 1911 clones under a “Made in the USA!” tag or at least used to (Sort of like Springfield does with their Brazilian made 1911s, the OTHER brand that betrayed my former state.)

          RRA is the first of the second mentioned brands aside from Springfield that stabbed gun owners and small gun stores in the back in the state I spent most of my life in.

          That doesn’t mean I have to like RIA, I’m not even a big fan of 1911’s in general, though RIAs do tend to perform worse in my pretty vast experience compared to other brands in their price range. I’m also not someone who’s really insistent you buy USA only, far from it (most of my pretty vast collection is probably from foreign designers, though I’d have to count.) But you should at least be honest about what you’re actually selling.

          This is why I don’t like RIA or RRA.

          • Thomas Acquinas

            Gee, I gather you are not a fan of the 1911. However, I’m glad you’re rich. Probably more fun than my vow of poverty. Think I’ll retire and finish the Shorter Summa.

  • Veteran for Trump

    They’re really nice, but beyond my means to afford one by a lot.

    • GnarlyNardHair

      MSRP is significantly higher than they’ll sell for. Just bought the double stack tactical for $970, and with the $100 rebate going on, actual cost to me is $870. AFAIK there’s nothing else out there in a similar price range for a double stack 1911. IIRC one of the SE-Asia companies makes a double stack for $4-600, but for a US made double stack it’s a really great price.

  • SerArthurDayne

    Awesome stuff that would be so cool at $500. Not 1250-1500+.

    C’mon Remington.

    Stop being so stoopit.

  • fleetwrench

    Para Ordnance is BORN Again!… With a Remington Roll Mark on the Slide…
    The Remington brand is more like a Skid Mark. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f85cc03b03ed2af79b369892d0444315782ca0e91049befdffd4d5b48a20139b.jpg

  • NOUNBELIEVER

    Remington gonna continue old 1911 stuff..will the Para Ordnance have the Series 80 trigger ? or will bad mouthing by whiners stop a good deal… .15 % to 20 % of population is left handed…when is a maker going to join the modern world and put ambi magazine release on all pistols …Ruger has the American Pistol…all controls ambi…Beretta has the Creed with ambi magazine release….what continued blindness or deliberate stupidity fails to see both hands as useful…Smith and Alexander has proven it can be done….too cheap to change ? too disgusted to buy….

  • Charles Meredith

    I have a “mint” FATBOY by ATI. Made in the Philippines. A 12 round magazine.
    Functions perfectly. Barrel is 3″ long.
    I understand they do NOT make this anymore. WHY??
    I still prefer my RUGER 345 45 auto though.
    I like it’s features better! I like it better than my old military Colt 45 auto.

  • marathag

    All that and no Long Slide?

  • Tim Pearce

    Oh, good. The market was bereft of 1911s.

  • Treyh007

    Well I guess this is good for the Para fans out there…… Sorta. My dad happens to be one, one of his favs that I too have always liked is their double stack 40, he used it in the late 90s early 2000’s for competition, You know back when 40 was the Shiznit! Curious to see how Remy handles this one.

  • 2A-Utah

    I have an early 2015 made R1 Carry quality and reliability are perfect cant say the same for my Colt or Kimber.

  • Louis Bethel

    You are an impressively wealthy person!

    • No one

      Oh trust me, there’s a few people who actually know me on this site who tend to joke a lot about it all the time.

      You should see my car/motorcycle collection, the latter is what I truly prize more then pretty much any of my collections.

  • uisconfruzed

    I really liked the Para Ord pistol, it fit me better than any other 1911 I’ve shot, including my Colt Commander.
    I wouldn’t trust or own one with a gRemlin rollmark.
    It was sad days when Freedom Group bought Para, Marlin and AA.

  • LL1684L2

    (Hopefully) Positive criticism for these guns and the brand.
    Include more than one mag for these double-stack guns. Unlike a single stack 1911 where there are several mag brands and personal preferences, double-stack 1911 mags are relatively rare and have been known to need “tuning” for the mags & associated gun to be reliable. For me, I prefer to carry an extra mag for a reload. Going to the range, I’ll also want to have at least 50 rounds preloaded to immediately begin shooting, which means more mags.

    #2, but very important. Handle warranty returns better than how it was handled with my Remington/Marlin lever action warranty, which required staying home all day for both the pickup and return of the rifle. Apparently, Remington’s deal with UPS didn’t allow dropping off or picking up at a UPS location. At least UPS allowed shipment in the original box, marked as a Marlin rifle, whereas UPS requires plain, unmarked boxes if personally shipping. AND THERE WILL BE SOME WARRANTY RETURNS NEEDED ON A PRODUCTION 1911.

  • David Phillips

    They seem awfully pricey to me, although I didn’t read the spec sheet closely.
    What I don’t see, though (and Para stopped making them sometime after they moved to Florida) is the compact 45s, like the P-12 that is my EDC.

  • Rocketman

    My perfect gun would be a Para-Ord government size single column frame with an LDA trigger. I had a chance to shoot one years ago and it was without a doubt the finest production trigger that I have ever shot. It was absolutely perfect.

    • Hector Rivera Jr

      I second your opinion. At one time I had 4 LDAs but unemployment caused me to sell 3 to pay bills. Still wish I had my full size LDA.

    • majorrod

      I shot an LDA for years. I bought it because it was the only double stack available in the time I needed it. That trigger was exceptionally smooth and have never shot another gun like it.

      When I started getting into competition shooting and instructing, I found the trigger pull too long inducing trigger slapping and that the trigger gave you no feedback if you left the safety on (Yep, I needed to train more also).

  • BigR

    There goes the neighborhood if Remington is going to manufacture them!!!

  • Humpy

    When my Para Ordanance developed a crack in the slide, I contacted Remington and they told me to ship the gun, and upon inspection they eventually replaced it with a brand-new Remington 1911 R1.
    I have to admit I was in serious doubts about the quality pistol I would receive, I am happy to say that it is a very well-made pistol, unlike Remington’s other recently manufactured firearms, it did however take about three months for the process, much too long in my opinion.
    I don’t understand how their quality is so bad on their other firearms these days and the para ordinance pistols with the Remington roll mark are very good quality?

  • Rollin L

    Well, my newest Remington product is an 870 that was purchased back in the 70s, so I can’t speak to today’s quality issues. However, I am a big fan of the old dual stack Para Ordnance models. I just hope they consider bringing back models similar to the old P-12 and P-13.

  • majorrod

    Glad to see Para’s products back even if they are under the Remington brand. Double stack 1911’s address the 1911’s most serious shortcoming, ammo capacity. Hope the QC and customer service improves. I’d like to see more P10 Warthogs out there. I also need a spare slide for my P14. I’d like to cut it for an optic and put some serrations north of the ejection port.

  • Constance

    And Remington made the genius marketing move of throwing away the “BlackOps” logo and replacing it with “R?” Ooh, that’s so much more exciting and marketable.