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Author Topic: Remington 9mm R51 Sub-compact Pistol: The Birth of a Classic?  (Read 3015 times)


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Remington 9mm R51 Sub-compact Pistol: The Birth of a New Classic—Shot Show 2014

If the popularity of the 101-year-old Browning-designed Model 1911 pistol tells us anything, it’s that great guns get even better through the application of modern technology. Remington took a page out of that playbook in the design of its newest pistol, the 9mm R51. What today is a beautiful sub-compact concealed carry gun started in 1917 as the Remington Model 51, designed by John Pederson. Pederson was a contemporary of John Browning, who called him “the greatest gun designer in the world.” Remington based its new gun on the Pederson design, resulting in a pistol with a crisp trigger, reliable action and a low bore to reduce felt recoil. Read more at the link below
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