TriStar Arms New 9 MM Pistols

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posted on March 20, 2014
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TriStar Arms has expanded its lineup of handguns for 2014 with the introduction of the P-120 Series in 9 mm. The P-120 features a double/single action, rear snag-free dovetail sight and fixed front blade sight. Other features include a steel frame and slide, black polymer checkered grip and a rail on the bottom of the frame. All TriStar pistols are now available in a cerakote finish, and come with a black hard case, an extra magazine, safety lock and cleaning kit.

"All of our pistols have been tested in every stage of production to ensure quality and reliability," said TriStar Arms Owner Gus Bader. "We want the consumer to feel comfortable knowing they can trust the product that's in their hands when in a threatening situation or at a competitive event."

P-120 Semi-Auto

Caliber: 9 mm

Barrel Length: 4.7 inches

Capacity: 17

Weight: 1.87 pounds

Finish: Black Cerakote or Chrome Cerakote

MSRP: $489.00 (Black), $509.00 (Chrome)

For more information, visit TriStarArms.com.

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