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First Look: Faxon FX-19-LT Pistols

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Faxon Firearms has just added new models to its FX-19 family of handguns with the new Faxon Firearms FX-19-LT series. The 91-LT pistols are all striker fired semi-automatic pistols with barrel lengths of four inches. Faxon Firearms builds these pistols using a proprietary SCT polymer frame, and customers have the choice between the FX-19-LT Patriot or the FX-19-LT Hellfire, two different models with two different slide configurations. The barrels on these pistols are machined in-house by Faxon from 416-R stainless steel and are finished with a DLC (Diamond Like Coating). The barrels are paired with slides which feature aggressive serrations both on the front and the back of the slide.

“We are very excited to offer this take on our FX-19 Line,” said Dustin Wallace, Director of Sales & Marketing at Faxon Firearms.” The FX-19-LT series is a testament to our commitment to providing high-quality products at an accessible price point, without sacrificing the precision and performance our customers expect.”

The FX-19 series was subjected to and passed a 15,000 round durability test per the US Army’s TOP 3-2-045 specifications along with NATO standards drop testing. Both FX-19-LT Patriot and Hellfire come with optics-ready slides and suppressor-height iron sights that can clear the base of most slide mounted electronic reflex sights. The optics footprint pattern found on the FX-19-LT series is the popular Trijicon RMR footprint, also compatible with certain Holosun optics. These pistols ship with 10-round Glock factory 9mm magazines. All FX-19-LT pistols include Faxon Firearms’ lifetime warranty and ship with a TSA-approved, hard-side travel and carry case. Retail pricing for these handguns starts at $775 for the base model. For more information about the new FX-19-LT pistols and other products sold by Faxon Firearms, please visit faxonfirearms.com.

 

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