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Para Ordnance CCO CWX745S .45 ACP

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To its credit, this gun is accurate, easy to shoot and snag free. Butit costs hundreds more than a comparably-sized polymer gun werecently tested. So, some shooters who don’t want polymer canlook at this as a Conditional Buy or even a Buy It, depending ontheir preferences.

Para Ordnance CCO CWX745S .45 ACP

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The heart of the LDA system was the transfer bar running from the trigger to the hammer mechanism. The LDA trigger required about 0.33 inch of trigger movement before the shot broke. This wasn’t as fast as the Springfield’s single-action match trigger, but we found the CCO to be smooth and controllable.
The front strap was supplied with Griptor Grasping Ribs instead of checkering.

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