New For 2024: Stoeger STR-9 Combat X

posted on January 24, 2024

Stoeger built on its earlier Combat pistol models with its new-for-2024 Combat X, a NATO-spec handgun design that's intended to allow Stoeger to submit bids for military contracts. To meet military specifications, the Combat X has been "beefed up" internally, allowing the gun to run thousands of rounds without suffering undue wear or reliability issues.

In addition to its mechanical reliability, Stoeger also improved the external finish on the Combat X, enabling it to withstand harsh environments with greater ease. The gun is also milled with an optic-ready cut at the rear of the slide.

Watch our "New For 2024" video above to see more details about the Combat X.


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