SHOT Show 2018: Hudson H9A Pistol

posted on January 26, 2018
Introduced during SHOT Show 2017, the Hudson H9 looks like a 1911 but functions like a striker-fired pistol, and has been on dealers' shelves for nearly a year. At SHOT Show 2018, the Hudson H9A was introduced, offering some new and improved features. At 26 ozs., the new model weighs in 8 oz. lighter than the original. Aluminum grips, premium polymer grip handles, along with new sights make this an even more interesting pistol. You can get many more details by watching this video with American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach at Industry Day at the Range during SHOT Show 2017. For more, visit HudsonMfg.com.


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