Editors’ Picks 2017: Remington RP9 Pistol

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posted on April 3, 2017
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Remington has launched the new RP family of polymer-frame, striker-fired semi-automatic pistols offering a host of features designed to satisfy the needs of law enforcement personnel and home defenders. The first model is the RP9, a duty-size 9 mm Luger that accepts 18-round, flush-fit, double-stack magazines. The 4.5" barrel is rated for +P ammunition. Other features include a set of interchangeable grip backstraps, three-dot sights, and a PVD-finished slide with front and rear cocking serrations and an accessory rail. The similarly appointed RP45, chambered in .45 ACP, will come with 15-round magazines and will be available later in the year. remington.com

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