Dan Wesson Vigil Suppressor-Ready 9mm Pistol, Blk - 1831
- Series/Collection: Vigil Suppressor-Ready 9mm
- Action: Single
- Caliber/Gauge: 9mm Luger
- Capacity: 9
- Sight: High Front, High Rear
- Slide: Black Duty Finish Stainless Steel
- Safety: Manual Thumb, Grip
- Grip Type: Wood
- Frame Material: Forged Aluminum
- Frame Finish: Black
- Barrel Length: 5-3/4"
- Overall Length: 9.4"
- Weight: 33.6 oz
- Width: 1.45"
A more affordable entry into the Dan Wesson lineup, the Vigil series pistols are all built around a forged aluminum frame with a stainless slide. The round-top slide wears a tritium sight on the front and a serrated tactical rear. The frontstrap is checkered 25 LPI, as is the rear that also features a rounded butt for comfortable carry. This Suppressor-Ready variant is Government-size with an extended, threaded barrel and high sights with a tritium front.
- Frontstrap 25 LPI checkering - sharp, 25 LPI checkering, giving plenty of grip without being too aggressive
- Long K-style trigger - the long K-style trigger is a twist on the standard three hole trigger that looks like a 'K'
- Mainspring housing checkering - our 25 LPI checkering on the flat mainspring housing provides the means for a superb grip
- Rounded butt profile - with a rounded butt profile, those with larger hands tend to find greater shooting comfort as well as less printing while carrying concealed
- Tactical hammer - the skeletonized hammer helps to reduce weight and maintains the clean look of the pistol
- Traditional cut - the traditional cut keeps the lines of the traditional 1911 slide with a dustcover swoop
Q & A
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