Springfield Armory is launching three new SAINT pistols in 2020.

Springfield Armory made big news at the recent SHOT Show in Las Vegas with the announcement its new SAINT pistol lineup. With three options, the new lineup is unique and buzzworthy. However, for all the buzz created, there wasn’t a lot of information available. But Springfield just released additional information on components and ship dates for the SAINT Edge PDW, SAINT Victor .308 and SAINT Edge EVAC pistols.

Springfield Armory SAINT Pistol Lineup Details

“We wanted to give our customers an early ‘sneak peek’ at some exciting new SAINT pistols we have been developing over the past year,” explained Springfield Armory VP of Marketing Steve Kramer. “Each brings something innovative to the Springfield Armory lineup, and offers exciting new options for all of the SAINT fans out there.”


The radically compact SAINT Edge PDW features a 5.5-inch barrel. Chambered in 5.56mm, it measures 18.75 inches overall with its Maxim Defense SCW brace collapsed. It comes with a Magpul 20-round PMAG and short Reptilla CQG pistol grip. The Edge PDW retails for $1,699.

SAINT Victor .308

The SAINT Victor .308 Pistol packs .30-caliber punch into a 10.3-inch barreled package. It measures 28 inches overall with the included SB Tactical SBA3 five-position brace fully collapsed. It also includes a BCMGUNFIGHTER Mod 3 pistol grip, free-float M-Lok handguard and SA Blast Diverter. The SAINT Victor .308 retails for $1,363.


The SAINT Edge EVAC also generated a ton of excitement. The 5.56 pistol takes down and stores in the included storage bag. The patent-pending ratchet barrel takedown system combines with a Gear Head Works Tailhook MOD 1 side-folding brace and Law Tactical Gen 30M folder adapter for extremely compact storage. The Edge EVAC retails for $1,949.

Springfield says all three pistols will begin shipping in spring 2020. Lastly is MSRP. The PDW retails for $849, while we’ve heard the EVAS has an MSRP of $1,949. The Saint Victor .308 Pistol is still TBD. For more information, visit springfieldarmory.com.

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