Colt Mustang XSP

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posted on November 12, 2013
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Much like the .380 Mustang PocketLite design that preceded it, Colt's Mustang XSP is a small, lightweight and reliable handgun-except, this time, it's sporting a polymer frame.

Such a frame, of course, is the most noticeable difference between the two models-but it's not the only one. Colt spent a significant amount of time adding a series of ergonomic touches to the firearm's frame, improving its performance in the operator's hand. The features that have made PocketLite successful are still noticeable-the High Profile Sights, Commander style hammer and .380 ACP chambering are all there.

To learn more about the Colt Mustang XSP, check out the video below, hosted by American Rifleman's Editor-in-Chief, Mark Keefe.

Technical Specifications:
Caliber: .380
Barrel Length: 2.75"
Capacity: 6 Rounds
Overall Length: 5.5"
Weight: 11.8 ozs.
Receiver Material: Polymer
Slide Material: Stainless Steel
Slide Finish: Diamond-Like Carbon
Sights: High Profile
MSRP: $649

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