NRA Gun of the Week: IWI Jericho 941 FS

posted on September 10, 2016

There is lot to be said for a full-size, hammer-fired pistol chambered for 9 mm Luger and built for harsh desert conditions. The Jericho 941 FS from IWI, a company based in Israel, is a steel gun with dovetailed battle sights and built upon the proven CZ75 design. The gun’s low bore axis minimizes muzzle rise and felt recoil and double-stack magazines allow for increased capacity of 9 mm Luger cartridges which serve well both when ringing steel on the range and in dynamic defense situations. Additionally, a frame-mounted safety and double-action trigger allows for “cocked and locked” carry.

For more on this Israeli rendition of the CZ75 visit iwi.us.

NRA Specifications
Model: Jericho 941 FS
Importer: IWI US, Inc.
Manufacturer: Israel Weapon Industries (IWI), Israel
Caliber: 9 mm Luger
Action: double-action/single-action, recoil-operated, center-fire, semi-automatic pistol
Slide: steel
Frame: steel
Magazine: detachable box; 16-round capacity
Rifling: six-groove, 1:10” RH twist
Sights: white, three-dot
Trigger: 11-lb., 9-oz. double-action pull; 4-lb., 14-oz. single-action pull
Stocks: polymer
Weight: 41.6 ozs.
MSRP: $649

For Additional Reading:
Review: IWI Jericho 941 Pistol

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