SHOT Show 2017 / New from Remington: polymer pistol RP9. US based gunmaker Remington makes its debut in the sector of polymer framed, striker fired pistols
Remingtons current polymer-framed duty pistol RP9 in 9x19mm.
US based gunmaker Remington makes its debut in the sector of polymer framed, striker fired pistols. The RP9 is based on a Browning-Petter tilt block locking mechanism and comes in standard service pistol size. It is equipped with a 4,5” barrel and holds 18+1 9mm Luger rounds. It weighs in at just 750g while unloaded.
The smooth and light trigger breaking at approximately 2.500g as well as handling surfaces on the slide make rapid shooting and one-handed operation a breeze. The exchangeable grips permit fitting the RP9 to the shooter a simple operation.
The Remington RP9 will be offered for an MRSP of $489 including three different sized grips as well as two magazines.
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