Diamondback Firearms introduced its first full-sized firearm with the DB FS Nine. Lightweight at 21.5 ounces (unloaded), the striker-fired pistol is primed for personal defense or competition use. With a 15+1 capacity of 9mm ammunition, this pistol features a tactile-enhanced grip for a rock-solid purchase during operation as well as a Picatinny rail for the attachment of lights, laser aiming devices and other tactical accessories. The pistol’s flared mag well facilitates fast, fumble-free reloads while the extended magazine base pad further enhances the operator’s grip during use.
Built on a polymer frame, the DB FS Nine features a stainless steel slide that has received serrations on the front and rear for better slide manipulation. Fixed, three-dot sights offer a sight radius of 6.25 inches, aiding in accuracy whether you’re on the range or in the street.
The pistol has a 4.75-inch barrel and an overall length of 7.8 inches. A trigger safety and a firing-pin block safety are also incorporated into the design, along with a cocking indicator at the rear of the slide. The pistol is only 1 inch wide and features a 5.5-pound trigger pull on average.
For more information on the DB FS Nine pistol, visit http://www.diamondbackfirearms.com or call 877-997-6774.
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by Personal Defense World / Jan 22, 2015