TriStar Arms P-120

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posted on January 15, 2014
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To expand its offerings for both personal defense and recreational shooting, TriStar Arms has introduced the P-120 Series in 9 mm.

Available in double/single action, the P-120 features a rear snag-free dovetail sight and fixed front blade sight. The new pistol also features a steel frame and slide, a bottom rail and black polymer checkered grip.

Until now, TriStar pistols have been available in both blued and chrome finish, but TriStar has now converted to a Cerokote finish on all pistol offerings. The Cerakote finish protects the firearm and makes it easier for gun owners to customize their guns.

The pistols, manufactured in a NATO-approved factory in Turkey, are mil-spec and put through a 50 thousand-round endurance test. They ship with two magazines, safety lock and cleaning kit. MSRP is $429 to $469.

For more, watch the video and visit TriStar Arms.

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