Para power extractor on a Springfield 1911?

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    Para power extractor on a Springfield 1911?

    an absurd question. would it be possible to have the para-ordnance power extractor put on in a springfield PX9154LP 1911?

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    Why would you want to do it? If you have a problem with a Springer just give the folks a call and send it back for a prompt and FREE fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 17679 View Post
    an absurd question. would it be possible to have the para-ordnance power extractor put on in a springfield PX9154LP 1911?

    For a while Para was, (I don't know if they still are) retrofitting older Paras with the the new PXT extractor, so technically you could have it done by a smith, but it's not as easy as just inserting the new extractor.

    Is there any particular reason you want to do this?

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    If you feel you need a better extractor, I would look into EGW'S HEAVY DUTY Extractor , you really don't need, nor want, "extra" moving parts in an extractor.

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    the springfield is my first pistol but i was looking at the para-ordnance first just because of their pxt that's why i came up with this absurd question. thank you for your prompt replies.

    does anybody knows the minimum gr. you could put on a .45 that is competition legal on a single stack division?

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