Mossberg Adds Stainless Two-Tone Model to MC1sc Pistol Line

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posted on August 6, 2019
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Mossberg has added a new variation of its subcompact handgun, the MC1sc Stainless Two-Tone in 9 mm. This latest model joins the recently introduced family of four MC1sc models as Mossberg’s first semi-automatic pistols in the company’s 100-year history.

The stainless model features a black polymer frame with a bead-blasted, stainless-steel slide featuring aggressive multi-angle serrations for positive slide manipulation. It is topped with dovetail-mounted, low-profile white 3-dot sights. The frame is glass-reinforced for impact and chemical resistance, while the 3.4” stainless steel barrel features a black DLC (Diamond-Like Coating) finish and a 1:16 twist rate. A cross-bolt safety is optional, and is reversible for right or left-handed shooters.

Other standard features include a flat-profile trigger with integrated blade safety; short, tactile reset; reduced overtravel; and a 5- to 6-lb. trigger pull weight. Trigger guards are oversized for ease of access and comfort. All MC1sc models come with a flush 6-round and an extended 7-round single-stack Clear-Count magazines. Constructed of a transparent, lubricious polymer compound, the magazines offer low friction and high wear-resistance, while providing quick at-a-glance assessment of the number of rounds loaded. MC1sc pistols also have a reversible magazine release, located behind the trigger guard. Featuring Mossberg’s signature texturing, the grip has an added palm swell and grip angle, similar to a 1911, for a more comfortable, confident grip. And completing the MC1sc Stainless Two-Tone is Mossberg’s exclusive, patent-pending Mossberg STS  (Safe Takedown System) which, unlike competitive products, does not require the user to pull the trigger to dissemble for routine cleaning or maintenance.

For more information, please visit mossberg.com/category/series/mc1sc/.



Additional Reading:
Tested: Mossberg's MC1sc Pistol 
2019 First Look: Mossberg MC1sc Pistol  
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