Video—ARTV Review: Springfield EMP4 9 mm Luger Pistol

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posted on February 12, 2019
A 1911 designed specifically around the 9 mm Luger cartridge, the Springfield EMP4 is a lightweight, commander-size pistol as comfortable to shoot as it is to carry. With a brushed stainless-steel slide, a matte-black frame and wood grips, the EMP4 is a great, modern day take on one of the firearm world's true classics. For more on this firearm, check out this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.

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Springfield EMP4 Pistol Evaluation
Review: Springfield Armory EMP4 9 mm 1911 Pistol
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