Remington R51

One of SHOT Show 2014's hottest new products, the Remington R51 is Big Green's official entry into the subcompact concealed carry market.

The Model R51 is a combination of features chosen specifically to make it extremely easy to point and shoot. Its grip angle has been optimized for rapid target acquisition. The low bore axis design boosts this effect while also aids in offering up to 25 percent less muzzle rise at the shot for faster, more accurate follow-ups. For comfortable carry, it features a lightweight aluminum frame with rounded edges.

The Model R51 subcompact is chambered in 9mm Luger +P, and will ship with an MSRP of $420. A variant featuring a Crimson Trace Laser Guard will be available for $609.

Get a closer look at the R51 with the video embedded below.

For more information, go to Remington.com.

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42 Responses to Remington R51

Realistic Warrior wrote:
February 24, 2014

I see a lot of caliber wars going on here. Why the 9mm instead of the .40, you ask? 1) Cheaper ammunition, 2) Less pressure so your handgun will last longer, 3) Less recoil / more controllable / better accuracy, 4) NATO round, 5) It has been around longer than anyone that is posting on this site. I get so tired of the whole caliber war. If you want a .40 than have it. Most don't want anything to do with it. With today's technology, it is less about caliber and more about ballistics. Today's ammunition is more advanced, more powerful and preforms better than ever imagined. If I need anything bigger than a 9mm, I'll grab my 45. However, let us not forget a handgun is nothing more than a weapon to fight your way to a better weapon...AKA: A shotgun or rifle.

David wrote:
February 02, 2014

Gun owners are, in general, opinionated. People either love or hate Glocks and it will probably be that way with this gun. This is not a me-too entry into the compact pistol market; it's a revolutionary in design. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I like the looks better than a Glock.

Herb Boykin wrote:
January 20, 2014

9mm? What about a .40 caliber? That Have a tad more stopping power don't you think?

Daryl wrote:
January 19, 2014

I like my .40 Smith and Wesson

Mune Shadowe wrote:
January 18, 2014

Can we get off the 9MM and back to the 45ACP please? Twice the surface area and twice the knock down power. It is and attractive weapon yes but I want to make sure who I defend myself against stays down.

Jeff Warden wrote:
January 18, 2014

I'll stick with my Colt .380 pocket lite but it looks nice.

Duck Moore wrote:
January 18, 2014

Nice, I want one! Girlfriend said 'Oh that would look pretty in pink!' OH SURE! LOL

fkr wrote:
January 18, 2014

I have one of the originals 51's got to have one of these

mike h wrote:
January 18, 2014

Firefly was a great show.

Louie Enrique wrote:
January 18, 2014

Ok everybody, let's sit back a bit and let the many make use if this fine pistol. While we observ if any recalls like the other fine manufacturers sent out due to design and parts failure. There will be more put out there for sale of course. The more the the consumers demands this the more the manufacturer would choke the availability! Which in turn jacks up the price by many increments through a short time. Keep watching, sit back and don't jump the gun.

Half cocked wrote:
January 18, 2014

I didn't care for it, even for a backup conceal it just didn't feel right

James Hall wrote:
January 18, 2014

I will definitely give this firearm a try, like this size for CC. Has a nice grip to it....may be a nice handgun for my travels.

William Pierson wrote:
January 18, 2014

Looks like a nice pistol. I would love to see Remington come up with a .22 Mag conceal carry pistol as well.

Brian wrote:
January 17, 2014

I'm intrigued, but how does this compare to my S&W638? Does the 51 have more punch with its length barrel? How bout size? Is a .40 coming out of the same size?

Phillip wrote:
January 17, 2014

Remington, the company that sold out the citizens of New York State and invested $20 million more cash into NY after the anti gun's made most guns illegal.

Doug wrote:
January 17, 2014

Looks like a Boberg

Tim wrote:
January 17, 2014

Remington should fire that joker he blew an oppertunity to sell some and he explained it like it was the next generation of IPAD or somthing like...Yah its like the old one just buy it...LOL...FIRED

Bradley J. Foster wrote:
January 17, 2014

The video on the Remington website is much better than the SHOT Show video. It discusses the design and shows quite a bit of shooting.

Douglas wrote:
January 17, 2014

I like it. Would like to get two and a few extra mags when I can.

Mike L. wrote:
January 17, 2014

It looks like it was made to give the Ruger LC9 a run, because it looks very similar.

Demo Dave wrote:
January 17, 2014

Love the size, caliber and action. I will be giving this one a try.

Bob Hughes wrote:
January 17, 2014

Put my name on the waiting list for one as soon as I can get it. Had the LC9 but like Remington guns and this should be a great one for IWB carrying.

RatPatrol wrote:
January 17, 2014

>>>What's with the stupid little orange tabs on all the trigger guards? How can you evaluate the way a firearms feels with that in the way?>>> They're at a gun show...the tags are required.

Dan marshall wrote:
January 17, 2014

Looks interesting... Too bad he sounded like an idiot..

JRn wrote:
January 17, 2014

I will stick to my mp shield 40 jack!

JRn wrote:
January 17, 2014

I will stick with my S&W MP Shield 40.. Jack

steve wrote:
January 17, 2014

Again.. is it made in the U.S.? That's important to me....

Jesse wrote:
January 17, 2014

I would like it in 40 S&W

John wrote:
January 17, 2014

The orange tags signify the firing pin/striker has been removed for safe handling. Typical at large shows.

michael lazaga wrote:
January 17, 2014

i want one to try on when will be available in the market

Cap'n Dave wrote:
January 17, 2014

I'm sure he's a crackerjack engineer; but this was not a 'best foot forward' marketing move by Remington. As far as the looks of the gun; as if they're trying a little too hard to get product placement in a 'Firefly' episode... All that aside, I'll give one a try.

Ghost wrote:
January 17, 2014

Wow that's beautiful!! I have a kahr cw .40 but I've been looking for a nice 9mm, thanks!

Adele wrote:
January 17, 2014

I want one looks perfect for female

Tom Acevedo wrote:
January 17, 2014

I'm looking to buy my first conceal carry and I like the look of this gun but I am hesitant to buy such a new product

Jim wrote:
January 17, 2014

Are these made in the US?

Wingate Willie wrote:
January 17, 2014

I really like the looks of this pistol. Why no video anywhere of it actually shooting?

SFC wrote:
January 17, 2014

It is a Remington, it isn't plastic, and the sale price is going to make these things extremely popular. Many great reviews on this pistol already and it will be available retail next month. I am going to get one for sure.

David Westbrook wrote:
January 16, 2014

What's up with Remington. Some videos of the new R51 slide are stamped 'Remington, Charlotte, NC'. Others just say 'Remington'. They have been located in Madison, NC for years - a long way from Charlotte. What's up? Are they moving?

Bradley J. Foster wrote:
January 16, 2014

What's with the stupid little orange tabs on all the trigger guards? How can you evaluate the way a firearms feels with that in the way?

Robert wrote:
January 16, 2014

Don't care for a single action.

Ron wrote:
January 16, 2014

Love the size, caliber, Single action and safety.

Bryce Broyhill wrote:
January 15, 2014

I want one. This gun will be a winner!