Posts Tagged micro compact

New Taurus Micro 9mm GX4

From Guns.com:

Getting the specs out of the way, the 11+1 shot 9mm is the size of popular .380 “pocket guns,” using a 3.06-inch barrel to tape out to a maximum 6.05-inch overall length. The gun is slender, at just over an inch wide, and it is 4.4 inches high at its tallest. The unloaded weight is 18.6 ounces. Fully loaded with 12 rounds of 147-grain JHPs, we found our test gun to hit the scales at 23.9 ounces. 

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Ruger MAX-9

From The Truth About Guns:

With an onboard capacity of 10+1 rounds flush fit and 12+1 rounds extended, Ruger’s new MAX-9 takes aim at the incredibly hot market for micro-compact pistols with double-digit capacities. Equipped with a tritium and fiber optic front sight and an optics-ready slide at an MSRP of just $499 (less on Brownells), the MAX-9 undercuts the competition on features for the dollar.

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New Ruger Micro Compact

From Guns.com:

Equipped with a tritium fiber optic day/night front sight that is co-witnessed for JPoint and Shield-pattern micro red dot sights, the MAX-9 runs flush-fit 10-round magazines as well as 12 rounders with a grip extension. Standard models have a frame-mounted 1911-style thumb safety while Pro models are available without the lever.

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