Arex Rex Zero Tactical Model Now Available

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posted on June 19, 2017
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FIME Group has announced it is importing the 9x19mm Rex Zero 1T (Tactical) in Black and Flat Dark Earth. The new model features a threaded barrel (with protector), 20-round capacity and ROR (Rex Optics Ready) System.

Features include:

  • 4.9” threaded barrel (with protector) 1.5x28
  • 20-round magazine (ships with two)
  • Raised sights
  • ROR (Rex Optics Ready); Plates for four types of optics: Trijicon; C-More; Shield/Jpoint; and Eotech/Vortex/Burris/Docter/Insight/Meopta
  • Operable either “cocked & locked” or safely de-cocked for DA/SA operation. External safety operates in either configuration.
  • Ambidextrous safety and magazine release.
  • Slide-stop also serves as the de-cocker.
  • Hard anodized T7075 aluminum frame made from solid bar stock with steel locking block insert.
  • Nitrocarburized steel slide made from solid bar stock.
  • Forward cocking serrations.
  • One- piece cold-hammer-forged barrel made from solid bar stock and Nitrocarburized.
  • Loaded chamber indicator
  • Full length slide rails.
  • Picatinny railed dust cover.
  • Large trigger guard for use with gloves.
  • High profile white dot steel sights.
  • Approved for all commercial SAAMI specification +P ammunition




SKU

Model

MSRP

REXZERO1T-01

Rex Zero 1T, 20-rd Capacity, Threaded Barrel, Tactical 9mm Pistol by Arex

$869.99

REXZERO1T-03

Rex Zero 1T FDE, 20-rd Capacity, Threaded Barrel, Tactical 9mm Pistol by Arex

$869.99


For more information, please visit fimegroup.com.

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