TriStar Adds to its Pistol Line

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posted on January 31, 2013
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1/31/2013

TriStar Arms has expanded its pistol line that was created in 2012. For 2013, TriStar has added seven new styles of pistols for self-defense and target shooting.

The new handguns will be available in 9 mm and .40 S&W with blued, chrome or polymer finishes, in a variety of frames, weights and lengths, and feature double/single actions, rear snag-free dovetail sights and fixed front blade sights.

“We are excited about the opportunity to launch a new line of firearms with the TriStar name engraved on them. We are proud of our products and will deliver the very best in function,” said Gus Bader, owner of TriStar Arms. “All of our pistols have been tested in every stage of production to ensure quality and reliability.”

Every pistol will be packaged with a black hard case, an extra magazine, safety lock and a cleaning kit. The MSRP for TriStar’s pistols will range from $429-$469.

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