IWI US Introduces Jericho JGear Pistol Kits

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posted on November 4, 2016
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IWI US, Inc., a subsidiary of Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd., has introduced the Jericho JGear Pistol kit, which includes a Jericho 941 pistol with custom JGear, Meprolight Tru-Dot Tritium night sights and a MagLula UpLula pistol magazine loader, all packaged in a custom lockable carry case. The kit includes a custom adjustable carry angle paddle holster for the 9mm Jericho polymer or steel framed pistol and a paddle style adjustable carry angle double magazine holder. A cleaning rod and bore brush, along with a safety cable lock, are also included. MSRP for the complete polymer frame kit is $699; MSRP for the complete steel frame kit is $799.


For more information, visit IWI US.

Additional reading about the Jericho 941 pistol:

Review: IWI Jericho 941 Pistol  

NRA Gun of the Week: IWI Jericho 941 FS 

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