by NRA Staff - Thursday, January 17, 2013
The Arsenal Firearms Strike One is being touted as the fastest and most accurate service pistol available today. These Italian-made semi-autos are made with a reinforced polymer or Ergal light alloy. The barrel is 5 inches, and features long rails for total axial and torque control of all the moving parts, pins and springs. Unique to the Strike One is the fact that it mainly operates on the horizontal plain, without raisers with variable and long, rubbery trigger pull, but with a crisp and short firing pin release.
Some technical specs:
Type: geometric lock, semiautomatic hammerless pistol
Action: short recoil, in line barrel, patented locking block system
Calibers: 9x19 Para, 9x21 IMI, .357 SIG, .40 S&W
Trigger: automatic safety, Single Action only
Safeties: single arc trigger safety with firing pin automatic safety
Magazine: with ambidextrous push-button release, 17 rounds, staggered
Slide: with front and rear cocking panels, rebated ceiling
For more specs and information on other Arsenal Firearms products visit ArsenalFirearms.com.
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