I love my Para U.S.A. 1911, but it is much harder to field strip and get back together than a striker fired pistol. Why cant they do this ease of assembly for the 1911? I compare my 1911 reassembly to that of the Ruger 22 pistols. I want to say my Para U.S.A pistol is as accurate as my striker fired pistol but at this time I can not say that because they are about the same. The striker fired holds way more rounds I.E. 15+1 and is easy to brake down and reassemble. the 1911 is easy to brake down but its like doing a dance to get it back together. My Para only has 100 rounds through it. Should I get an extended guide rod? Would that help? Guys help me out here because I just want to get this Para to where I can put it up against any striker fired. I know it has to be possible.