Chris Meek: Sweet I just pick up a All stainless warthog. .Do you still have your hog.
HYBRIDCOMBATIVES: I really wish para would build this is steel rather than alloy frame.
bamdizzle08: @gcboyallday A steal at 375
YoDawgoneeleven: @crazyfvck really? i hadnt heard. in a year or two we can likely expect
chicago crime rates to go down. keep fighting for your rights
K9: Beautiful gun!
happykillmore88: I like this gun but I've heard it has reliability issues. Have you had any
AlphaMikeFoxtrot420: I have just purchased the night hawg and i want to put a guide rod laser in
it but i dont know if thats possible with the guide rod in the warthog. Do
you know if it is possible?
Guns Ammo: Nice gun i like small 3" .45s just bought XDS .45 i got tried of carrying
my colt new agent dam thing gets heavy all metal 1911 and your right about
the weather in florida its hot we have to keep it concealed or they can
arrest you if the public see it! Take care.
TJ347: Yeah, that's what I thought. Bullcrapters are gonna bullcrap...
Shaun Brant: might I ask where you found that gun used for such an awesome price my good
man? Im very jealous.
TJ347: What are you talking about? I live in PA too and the laws are quite
lenient. I have a pistol in my car and a pistol I keep on my person. The
only thing you need to have sense enough to do is secure the weapon you
keep in your vehicle and if the vehicle and/or gun is stolen, advise the
police. You have no requirement to keep the weapon on your person however.
bamdizzle08: @microminiskirt this is just as simple to break down as a sig. just mho.
XXX: The Para Warthog is a very nice size. I like it but the Sig Sauer P-220 is
very well made and easier to take apart and of course will be more accurate
but that's because it is bigger.
devastateurface: Love the way the warthog looks, just freaking evil. Unsure about reliability
though, have read some really bad things in m1911.org, enough to sway
dropping the grand for it. Let us know how yours shoots.
TJ347: Can you speak on how the Para magazines have held up for you? Keep hearing
nothing but bad things about them.
bamdizzle08: @Rjd8309 watch my other vids, crybaby.
bamdizzle08: @microminiskirt sorry, i hold an unbiased opinion, every gun has an
advantage or disadvantage over another, best bet is to try em out for
yourself and see which one you like the best. is there a range maybe you
could rent them at?
bamdizzle08: @happykillmore88 None.
mvkfdjl: Nice piece. To anyone with experience with this gun: is it good for ankle
carry for an average or bit bigger guy?
devastateurface: I'm thinking about getting one of these. I have a 1991A1 which is great,
shoots tight groups. But man, the Warthogs just look mean.
Lyssers33: how heavy is that little bastard?
XXX: I heard the Warthog jams alot and is very ammo sensitive.
90foxfreak: google the para warthog review, and then google the RIA review and c what u
find bitch! I never said "oh I really like the RIA" but may get 1 bc of the
price.. Lmao... Some of idiots make me giggle!
bamdizzle08: @mvkfdjl I think it's too heavy to carry on the ankle. Maybe if you had a
good enough ankle holster. ie sturdy, form fitting. It may be possible but
only comfortable under certain circumstances.
gcboyallday: you bought it used...how much did you pay for that beauty?? :]
CASTRO45ACP: Nah I didn't mean that, where I live if ur car gets stolen with your weapon
inside they revoke your concealed carry permit
CommanderSazabi316: Good video. I had been debating the fact if I should get one or not as my
Carry Conceal gun to replace the Judge. Thanks you made up my mind.
bamdizzle08: @90foxfreak not in the least "hot and bothered". just think its pretty
faggy for you to down the para and then on another video talk about how you
like the rock island armory 1911 or the pt1911. goes to show you dont have
much experience with what your talking about. i have owned all three at one
time or another. and the para blows the ria out of the water, but I do have
to say the pt1911 IS a solid piece. but not comparable in the least to the
Piotr Michalik: Nice cigarette, very classy!
CASTRO45ACP: Nice weapon though, I'm thinking of gettin one
bamdizzle08: its smaller.
jrose2020: What did the mayor get?
curtispa: very nice gun good to see u maken vids again
ps90tacguy: how are your magazines bam? my para magazines are a 100% fail.
James Jones: I love hogue grips. That is the most unique pistol I have seen in a long
time. Hey I feel ya brother, sometimes family troubles can get you somewhat
down (depending on how close you are to he one in trouble.) Keep your head
up and do what you can so you have no regrets. Some people say they never
got the chance to tell their loved one that they "loved them." I will say a
prayer and subscribe because I care about good people and you seem like one
of them. Take care.
ilovethecookies: I have one of these too. As far as jams, the only one I had was the last
round out of the mag. Didn't happen every time, but it was always the last
round. I can only figure this is the mag spring and someone else told me
they replace theirs every so often due to fatigue. Shoots nice though,
definitely have to hold it tight for the slide to operate right. As far as
a safty check on the vid.... if u did your own, your safe, no one else is
there with u, You dont need to show the world its empty.
TheJmac1983: beautiful piece
bamdizzle08: @TJ347 the mags have worked for me with no problems, though i do see that
it is very easy for the floor plate to come off. but i dont anticipate this
happening while shooting.
marauda777: that gun is sexy
CASTRO45ACP: Ahhhh, yeah Texas has lenient gun laws I live in PA we have pretty good gun
laws but they want you having your weapon on your person if you have your
crazyfvck: I like the Warthog, but I'm leaning towards a Slim Hawg for carry. It's
only 6+1 but I think the narrower frame would make it easier to carry (now
that Illinois is FINALLY going to give us concealed carry)
DirtyFrigginHarry: @CommanderSazabi316 Anything can replace the judge dude.
It's a SURE SHOT: @SocomElite187 LMAO
bamdizzle08: @srbrant I have worked in a couple of shops. Get some good deals sometimes.
RyanR3volution: Thats a really nice one, I saw some chat on the forums debating the
reliability, I would rather opt for a M&P45c but a nice looking compact
1911 would be nice later on.
Chris Adams: so far i love my para. still in the break in phase thow
Kevin Lam: Would it be possible to add an ambidextrous safety on it?
TJ347: So despite the fact that I can carry in Philadelphia with my license
obtained in Doylestown, you're telling me that you have a "special"
Philadelphia specific permit that requires you to keep your weapon on your
person, huh? That's interesting, since I can pull up a PDF of the Philly
application and see nowhere where it would the restrictions you mention
would apply to someone who leaves a gun in their car and subsequently has
it stolen. Accordingly, please advise where I can find this info.
CASTRO45ACP: So it stays in your car? Sounds like a good way to get in trouble if your
car is ever stolen along with the weapon