SAR USA SAR9 9mm Pistol, Blk - SAR9BL
- Series/Collection: SAR9
- Action: Double
- Caliber/Gauge: 9mm Luger
- Capacity: 17+1
- Sight: 3-Dot, Low Profile Combat
- Slide: Black
- Safety: Ambidextrous, Trigger
- Grip Type: Black Interchangeable Backstrap
- Frame Material: Polymer
- Frame Finish: Black
- Barrel Length: 4.4"
- Overall Length: 7-1/2"
- Weight: 27.1 oz
- Overall Height: 5-1/2"
- Overall Width: 1.4"
Possibly the most rigorously tested pistol ever developed, the new SAR9 endured 130 degree baking to simulate desert conditions, -50 degree for the arctic, salt fog, high altitude, 24 hr of rain, solar radiation, fouling, drop tests and 150000 round of live fire in the factory. Police later ran their own test that included 50000 rounds. Finally, a NATO test against major manufacturers from Austria, German and the U.S. ran 90000 rounds with the SAR9 the clear winner. However, the SAR9 has more to offer than just toughness and reliability. The lightweight polymer framed, striker fired, 9mm, SAR9 points naturally and is a pleasure to shoot. With a choice of three insertable back straps to customize fit, a low barrel axes to grip ratio to lessen muzzle climb and 20 degree grip angle providing superior control and fast second shot recovery accuracy is built in. Couple these features with a safety trigger that is smoother than a double action revolver and the SAR9 becomes the perfect carry-pistol when you want a round in the chamber.
- Front and rear serrations on frame for easy slide manipulation
- Picatinny rail for your favorite accessories
- Adjustable grip panels to accommodate all shooters, 3 sizes of backstraps and grip panels
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