Remington Introduces Its RP9 Striker Fired 9mm

The folks at Remington have finally jumped into the full-sized polymer frame, striker fired pistol. I haven’t put it through its paces at the range but I there are several things that I really like right off the bat.

Remington was paying attention to what Walther Arms was doing with their outstanding PPQ. Grip angle, size and shape (i.e thumb shelves) are Walther like. Nothing wrong with that as the Walther PPQ has the best ergonomics on the planet. Remington also included interchangeable backstarps. The Remington’s RP9 is fully ambidextrous and the company included slide serrations fore and aft. Other Features…

  • Smooth, light and crisp single-action trigger – consistent and smooth, with short tactile reset
  • Ergonomic polymer frame fits 95% of all shooters
  • Ambidextrous slide lock
  • “Fighting surface” on rear sight – for one-hand slide operation
  • Optimized grip angle – reduces felt recoil and increases shootability
  • Trigger guard undercut – allows higher hand hold for increased control
  • Drift adjustable sights – easily adjusts sights to user preference
  • Easy loading, double-stack magazines – industry’s highest magazine capacity per caliber
  • PVD finish on slide and barrel for maximum durability
  • M.S.R.P. $489
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