Built on the same machines that manufactured Colt-licensed 1911s, M16s and M60s, Lionheart’s LH9 is a rock-solid 9mm with several new twists.
The LH9’s “raised” diamond-studded grips allow air to circulate under the shooter’s hand, wicking away sweat.
The serrated hammer provides the necessary traction to reliably operate the LH9’s innovative “Double Action Plus+” action.
The official sidearm of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Armed Forces is the K5, built by Daewoo Precision Industries. Now the K5, amped-up, redesigned and reborn as the LH9 for American consumers, is available through Lionheart Industries. Combat Handguns’ Wilson Langston was able to test-fire the new LH9 in the upcoming November 2013 issue.
There are several features of note regarding this combat pistol, including its diamond-pattern-serrated grips, black Cerakote finish and 13+1/15+1 capacities, but most noticeable will be its “Double Action Plus” action. As Langston relates, “When the trigger is pulled, the hammer returns to the ready-to-fire position with little resistance. According to Lionheart, this increases the accuracy of the first shot in a string of fire. This action has the qualities of both a double action and a single action, but the innovation definitely sets the gun apart from others on the market.”
So how fast was the LH9 on the range? To learn more, check out the November 2013 issue of Combat Handguns, available on newsstands and digitally August 6, 2013. To subscribe, go to https://www.personaldefenseworld.com/subscribe/combat-handguns/.
The official sidearm of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Armed Forces is the K5, built…
by Personal Defense World / Jul 25, 2013