Diamondback DB9 9mm Pistol, Black

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Diamondback DB9 9mm Pistol, Black


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SKU: 7602
UPC: 815875011217

Caliber: 9x19MM
Length: 5.60”
Height: 4.00”
Width: 0.80”
Barrel Length: 3.00”
Distance Between Sights: 4.25”
Weight (unloaded): 11 oz
Trigger Pull: ≈5.5#
Magazine Capacity: 6+1 Rds

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Diamondback Firearms is proud to present the DB9, a micro-compact 9mm pistol made entirely in the USA. Designed with safety in mind, the DB9 features a "ZERO-Energy" striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine catch to secure a sheet metal magazine and real windage-adjustable sights, all in a lightweight pistol. A steel trigger with dual connecting bars allows for a crisp, smooth, trigger pull. The DB9 features a FEA (Finite Element Analysis) designed slide and barrel that is stronger than any comparable firearm, resulting in durability with less felt recoil, and the absence of removable pins or tools makes field stripping easier than ever. The slide, barrel, and internal parts are coated to resist corrosion, making this pistol a lifetime investment.

Notice: Due to potential cyclical problems involving recoil energy, Diamondback Firearms does not recommend the use of any 9mm SAMMI Specification ammunition in bullet weights exceeding 124 grain.

The use of +P, +P+, reloaded, or NON-SAMMI Spec ammunition will void the firearms warranty.

DISCLAIMER: Crimson Trace Corporation© DB .380 specific laser mount is not designed for the DB9. Use of the CTC laser mount on the DB9 will void the manufacturers warranty.

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I like Mine reliable right out of the box
I've been a 9mm subcompact guy for years first with a Keltec PF9 added a SCCY CPX2 and evolved more recently an LC9s due to the striker fired trigger. When I bought the Keltec is was the smallest and lightest 9mm on the market then Diamondback released the DB9 which wasn't a very reliable pistol in the early days. But that 11oz weight and even a smaller footprint than the PF9 kept me intrigued until I finally took the plunge and picked up a DB9 a couple months ago at the $200 price point. It functioned flawlessly right out of the box with 8 mags of cheap WWB and Fed Champion 115gr FMJ earning my confidence for carry. I like the LC9s don't get me wrong its my choice for IWB CCW but at 17+ ounces I don't like it for cargo pocket carry slapping against my leg. Meanwhile I hardly notice the 11oz DB9 in cargo shorts almost a perfect offset to cell phone in the opposite cargo pocket so 6 ounces makes a big difference and thus the DB9 is definitely my choice for summertime daily carry. Winter came along and I found it even fits in the back pocket of my Levis none of the others could do that so I find myself carrying the DB9 about 75% of the time.
January 12, 2017
Nice small one for CWP carry - good price and value
Bought this one basically due to price and size. Size of a hand and easy to conceal either inside or out of belt. Firing it - a bit more of a kick than a larger 9mm and found the small grip kind of an awkward feel when firing two hand grip but fine with single hand grip. Smooth trigger feeling. Fired 28 rounds through it with no issues and fairly comfortable after a few rounds getting use to size. Cleaning - easy to field strip other than the tiny switch to release barrel and housing.

As a concealed weapon perfect for close range protection and easily hides under a belt and no silhouette at all. Definitely fit in a average to small purse or even a wallet type holster or jacket pocket.
December 21, 2016
Super Lightweight 9
I have been following this little guy for a long time lots of bad reviews out there some from those who never owned one some from those who have had problems. This is not a range gun it is a specially designed carry firearm that only weighs 11oz there are no lighter options for a 9mm because at 11oz basic physics specifically the weight of the slide as it relates to recoil energy required to cycle the weapon. I finally took the plunge in October and got one because my EDC a Ruger LC9s at 17+oz was still too heavy to pocket carry comfortably in cargo shorts bouncing against my leg. First range trip with the DB9 was awesome with a mixture of WWB and Fed Champion 115gr FMJ and also cycled Federal Classic 115gr JHP fine. I can now carry the DB9 in the back pocket of my jeans where the Ruger or my old Keltec PF9 would stick out and in cargo shorts its not much different than my cell phone on the other side. Diamondback did have quality issues when this gun was first released but my direct experience is that the second generation DB9 is fine it has a lifetime mfg warranty and Kim at DB Customer Service is very responsive. Pay heed to the instructions no +p and nothing more than 124gr unless you want to invite problems.
December 3, 2016
Will NEVER purchase another
My previous EDC pistol was a LCP and I was happy with it but when the DB9 came out I was excited. 9mm size in a compact nano pistol pretty much the same size as the LCP and a local company out of Cocoa FL producing it? I had to have it. My excitement lasted until the first time to the range when the FTF's started. Followed by FTE's. Followed by not wanting to run ANY hollowpoint defensive rounds. Which is pretty much paramount in a EDC weapon at least for me. Took it to DB for them to look at. They replaced the follower saying that was the issue. Back to the range excited it would work. More problems. Never ran right and I relegated it to a trade-in on S&W Shield 9mm. Best decision I ever made. If I could give the DB9 0 stars for quality I would.
December 3, 2016
I have owned 2 of these guns. Neither one would fire 2 shots without hanging up!!!
December 2, 2016

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