Named the 1999 handgun of the year, the Para-Ordnance 14•45 LDA features a design that has dramatically reshaped the criteria by which shooters perceive and evaluate semi-automatic trigger performance. The revolutionary LDA trigger system provides the instant readiness of a double action coupled with the smooth crisp trigger of a single-action with no transition and perfect consistency from shot to shot. The basic design of the M1911 is augmented in the 14•45 by a double-stack magazine with a higher capacity. The three-pronged safety system includes a thumb safety that disengages the trigger, a grip safety that locks the hammer assembly, and an integral firing-pin block to virtually eliminated any possibility of accidental discharge. This single-action pistol features 3-dot night sights, synthetic grips, a manual thumb safety, and a 14-round magazine. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.