STI Introduces DVC Carry Pistol

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posted on March 23, 2017
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STI International has expanded its DVC line of pistols by introducing a carry model, designed for experienced shooters.

Featuring all of the popular features of the line, the 9 mm DVC Carry Pistol has been modified to work perfectly in the concealed-carry market. The grip has been stippled by Extreme Shooters for a sure hold in stressful situations, and has also been shortened to “VIP” length for easy concealability. Even with the shorter, narrower 1.3” wide grip, it easily contains the standard 15-round magazine. The pistol has a black DLC coated frame and slide, and a copper-colored barrel.

The lightweight aluminum frame and slide lightening cuts take this gun down to an unloaded weight of 26 oz. for comfortable carry over long periods of time. The pistol boasts a 3.9” barrel and comes with low-profile tritium sights with a ledge rear, allowing the pistol to be cocked with one hand. The pistol also comes supplied with an additional magazine that extends slightly below the bottom of the grip for 17 rounds of firepower. MSRP: $2,999

For more information visit stiguns.com

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