Nighthawk announced the release of its new Tactical Ready Series Tuesday, launching two models featuring fully machined double-stack frames in 9mm. Nighthawk’s TRS Comp hits the competition market, while the TRS Commander brings a 17-round capacity in a concealed carry package.
Nighthawk TRS Commander Details
The TRS Commander becomes the first Nighthawk Custom pistol built on a commander-sized, double-stack frame. With high-capacity demands growing, the TRS Commander brings that capacity and more.
“Up until this point, we have only offered a double stack as an upgrade,” says Mark Stone, owner and CEO of Nighthawk Custom. “With the current demand in the market, releasing a permanent double stack series meets consumer demands and shows customers what we can do with a double stack.”
A match-grade 4.25-inch stainless steel barrel comes housed in a commander frame and monolithic slide. The full-length dust cover provides added weight to the front of the pistol, helping control muzzle flip, according to Nighthawk.
A tritium front sight helps get on target quickly, while a Heinie Ledge Black rear sight features serrations on the back, reducing glare. The TRS Commander comes with a unique dimpling on the front and back of the slide, matching the pattern of the grip. The dimples provide a non-abrasive grip surface that remains snag-free during the draw.
The TRS Commanders comes with a black nitride finish. A solid stainless steel trigger comes with a serrated flat face. Lastly, MSRP comes in at $3,999. For more information, visit nighthawkcustom.com.
Nighthawk TRS Commander Specs
- Frame Size: Commander
- Caliber: 9mm
- Light Rail: Yes
- Safety: Single
- Overall Height: 5.829 inches
- Overall Length: 7.757 inches
- Width: 1.485 inches
- Slide Width: 0.915 inches
- Grip Thickness: Regular
- Overall Weight (empty): 36.7 ounces
- Sight Radius: 5.813 inches
- Barrel Length: 4.25 inches
- Magazine Capacity: 17
- Rear Sight: Heinie Ledge Black
- Front Sight: Tritium
- Finish: Black Nitride
- Firing Pin Size: .38 Super
- Firing Pin Material: Stainless Steel
- MSRP: $3,999
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