Remington Releases the RM380 Executive Model

posted on November 29, 2018

Four years after introducing its RM380 micro pistol, which was based on the Rohrbaugh R380/R9 design, Remington has released the RM380 Executive model. It, too, is an all-metal, micro pistol designed for concealed carry, weighing 12.2 ozs. unloaded and measuring just 5¼” long, the pistol is easy carried unobtrusively, while an extended beavertail grip facilitates a smooth draw.

The RM380 Executive also features a double-action-only trigger, fully functional low-profile slide stop, light slide racking force, and an ambidextrous magazine release. The replaceable grip panels allow for customization while the optimized grip angle allows for greater shootability and comfort. For more, visit

Model RM380 Executive Specifications:

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