SHOT Show 2018: Caracal Enhanced F Pistol

posted on February 7, 2018
The Caracal Enhanced F pistol in 9 mm—known for its Quick Sight System that places the rear sight in front of the ejection port, creating a single focal plane—is now in full production in its U.S. division. These mid-size 18+1 capacity pistols are packed with features, including some updates and new finishes, and American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach stopped by the Caracal bay at Industry Day at the Range 2018 to see for himselfFor more, visit

Additional Reading
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