Eagle Imports—the New Jersey-based company that distributes Grand Power, Metro Arms, SPS, Bersa, Comanche, Llama and Avidity Arms firearms—has announced that the Grand Power Q100 pistol made in Slovakia is now shipping stateside.
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“After a long wait, we are very proud to finally announce that the first shipment of Grand Power Q100 pistols have arrived on our shores and are headed to a dealer near you!” Eagle Imports president Michael Sodini said in the press release. “Grand Power pistols are extremely well engineered and their reputation in the U.S. continues to grow. We are confident that the American gun enthusiast will truly enjoy the amazing attributes of the Q100.”
Chambered in 9mm, the Grand Power Q100 combines the locking principle of the K100 model with a striker-fired trigger mechanism. It boasts Grand Power’s rotating barrel that—unlike traditional pistols—doesn’t tilt up, minimizing recoil and keeping you consistently on target.
According to Eagle Imports, the ambidextrous Grand Power Q100 is ergonomically designed to fit snugly in the hand and comes with four multi-sized interchangeable grips for enhanced customization. Meanwhile, the CNC machined steel chassis isn’t made with any MIM or cast components, boosting durability and overall quality. The slide sports deep front and rear slide serrations for a strong purchase when chambering a round. Also included is a MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail.
Rounding out the features for this pistol is a 4.3-inch barrel; plastic front sight and drift-adjustable steel rear; firing pin and trigger safety; 15+1 capacity; weight of 26.1 ounces; overall length of eight inches; 5.3-inch height; and a width of 1.4 inches.
The suggested retail price for the Grand Power Q100 is $574.
To learn more about Grand Power and the other firearm brands that Eagle Imports carries, visit eagleimportsinc.com.
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