Remington R51

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posted on January 15, 2014
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One of SHOT Show 2014's hottest new products, the Remington R51 is Big Green's official entry into the subcompact concealed carry market.

The Model R51 is a combination of features chosen specifically to make it extremely easy to point and shoot. Its grip angle has been optimized for rapid target acquisition. The low bore axis design boosts this effect while also aids in offering up to 25 percent less muzzle rise at the shot for faster, more accurate follow-ups. For comfortable carry, it features a lightweight aluminum frame with rounded edges.

The Model R51 subcompact is chambered in 9mm Luger +P, and will ship with an MSRP of $420. A variant featuring a Crimson Trace Laser Guard will be available for $609.

Get a closer look at the R51 with the video embedded below.

For more information, go to Remington.com.

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