I have 2 Para Ordnance pistols for sale:
.38 Super Race Gun in excellent condition. Para Ordnance Frame with Caspian slide and barrel, C-More Site with 9 Port Comp. Comes with Safariland Race Gun holster with mag pouches and belt. 4 Para Ordinance mags included. $1800 $1700 shipped to your FFL.
Here is the blurb on the Para P-12. Less than 50 rounds fired. $600 $525 shipped with 2 mags.
This is a .45 caliber pocket pistol, which holds 12 rounds in the magazine. The gun itself is startlingly small for what it is, being about the same size as the venerableWalther PPK, or the equally diminutive Glock 19. In comparison to the 15 shots of the Glock, and particularly the to the 7 rounds of the PPK, the 12 shots of the more powerful 45 auto, held by the P-12 clearly give this little gun an advantage. Of course, nothing comes without a price. In the case of little pistols, like the P-12, that price is a large amount of perceived recoil, and a considerable mount of muzzle blast. For a more complete description of the basic gun, please see the section on the P14-45, upon which this model is based. In comparison to the larger, P14, there is no barrel bushing on this little pistol. Instead, the end of the barrel flares out to engage the muzzle tip of the slide when it comes back into battery. This is similar to the way in which the Colt Officer's model was designed. It also uses, like the Officer's Model, a set of dual recoil springs.
The gun will take the full sized P14 magazines, although they will stick out of the bottom. It also shares the high profile, three dot sights, with it's full sized brethren. Though I never really cared for the three dot sight system, these sights are a definite improvement over the dismal little sights on the Colt guns.