Honor Defense Launches Mossy Oak Overwatch Pistols

posted on April 24, 2019
Honor Defense has introduced a line of pistols with slides patterned in Mossy Oak Overwatch, the official camouflage pattern of the NRA. The pistols will be available immediately online and at retailers, and will be featured at the 148th NRA Annual Meeting at the Indiana Convention Center at the Mossy Oak booth (#4004) and Honor Defense booth (#4919).

These +P-rated single-stack polymer pistols are chambered in 9 mm Luger, with a 7+1 or 8+1 capacity, depending on magazine selection. The pistols boasts ambidextrous magazine releases and slide catches, while the manual safety is 
ambidextrous-optional. Snag-free sights are designed for one-handed operation should the need arise, while custom serrations are integrated to facilitate press-checks. The trigger weighs in at seven and a half pounds, and does not need to be pulled for the pistol to be taken down. Three different grip sizes, two barrel lengths and two back straps round out the modularity of this carry-minded pistol.

“Honor Defense is thrilled to be part of the Mossy Oak family. Both Honor Defense and Mossy Oak were built and grown in America and we both believe in Second Amendment rights" says Gary Ramey, Honor Defense president. He continued, "The OVERWATCH pattern is well-suited to our 100-percent American-made handguns and our Lifetime Warranty. The best patterns should always be on the best American handguns.”

For more information, please visit either honordefense.com or mossyoak.com.

Additional Reading:
Mossy Oak and NRA Solidify Partnership at 2019 SHOT Show
Mossy Oak "Overwatch" Named Official Camouflage Pattern of NRA



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