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The ergonomics of any pistol are key during the design phase — Diamondback Firearms focused on just that when creating the all new DB FS Nine Pistol Series.

The Diamondback DB FS Nine is a 9mm pistol is a double-action, striker-fire designed platform that incorporates an ergonomically driven polymer double stack frame with a 15-round magazine and stainless steel slide.

With extensive research on the form and function of the tactile-enhanced grip, the operator will find the design enhances control, while providing consistent hand placement regardless of the shooter’s hand size. The flared magwell aids in fast and reliable reloads while the extended magazine base pad provides a secure grip during loading, handling and shooting the DB FS Nine.

Diamondback has incorporated a trigger safety and firing pin block safety with a short, positive reset, minimizing trigger travel for faster cycle times. The DB FS Nine’s cocking indicator is located at the rear of the slide, providing visual and tactical recognition. For quick target acquisition, fixed, three-dot sights are mounted onto the stainless slide.

Both front and rear tactical serrations provide firm engagement between the user’s hand and the DB FS Nine’s slide, allowing for a better grip during manipulation.

The dust cover of the Diamondback DB FS Nine has an integrated MIL-STD1913 Picatinny rail for tactical lights, lasers and other accessories, extending its versatility for everyday carry, home defense, training or use on the range.

The 4.75-inch Chromemoly barrel on the DB FS Nine provides a long, 6.25-inch sight radius, aiding the overall accuracy of the pistol during practice and competition.

The Diamondback DB FS9 9mm Pistol is currently available for $483.34. The .40 caliber version of the DB FS9 series is expected to be released later in 2014.

For more information on the DB FS9 Pistol Series and other products from Diamondback Firearms, visit http://diamondbackfirearms.com/default.aspx.

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