IWI Jericho 941 Enhanced 9mm 4.40" 10rds, Black - J941PL910II
Explore the J941PL9-II, a high quality pistol designed for performance and accuracy
The J941PL9-II is engineered for accuracy and reliability, making it ideal for various shooting situations
With a modern and ergonomic design, the J941PL9-II offers comfort and control during shooting
Whether for self-defense or target shooting, the J941PL9-II excels in a variety of shooting scenarios
The J941PL9-II is built to last, ensuring long-lasting performance and durability
Enjoy enhanced features that contribute to the pistol's performance and user experience
The J941PL9-II's compact form factor and lightweight design make it easy to carry and handle
Initially introduced in the United states in 1990, the Jericho 941 has garnered extensive popularity among American shooters for over a span of 25 years. Rooted in the esteemed CZ-75 short recoil system, the Jericho enhanced embodies a fresh frame design devoid of finger grooves, incorporating adjustable backstraps, a MIL-STD 1913 picatinny front rail, an updated hammer profile, a revised trigger profile, a new thumb safety lever, and Novak Sights. All these enhancements remain true to IWI stringent benchmarks for unwavering performance, precision, and top notch craftsmanship. The Jericho showcases a frame-mounted safety that allows for "condition one" carry, with options for both single action function while cocked and locked, as well as hammer-down double action function.
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