March 27, 2014
By G&A Online Editors
Diamondback Firearms is introducing their newest firearm, the DB FS Nine. This full-size, 9x19mm striker-fired pistol features a polymer frame with integrated MIL-STD1913 Picatinny rail system and a flared magazine well.
The DB FS Nine's 4.75-inch barrel and 6.25-inch sight radius make it a versatile choice for competition, target shooting and self-defense purposes. Front and rear cocking serrations milled into its Melonited stainless steel slide enhance grip during manipulation.
Safety features of this double-action pistol include a firing pin block and trigger safety, while a cocking indicator located on the rear of the slide provides visual and tangible recognition of the firearm's condition. A small peep hole in the top of the slide also enables visual inspection of a cartridge in the chamber.
The Diamondback DB FS Nine won't break the bank with its competitive pricing of $483.34.
For more information, check out the specs and photos below, and keep an eye out for the full review in an upcoming issue of Guns & Ammo.
Frame: Double-stack, polymer with MIL-STD 1913 dust cover
Slide: Melonited Stainless Steel
Barrel: 4.75" Melonited Chromemoly Steel
Sights: Fixed 3-dot
Trigger pull: 5.5 pounds
Height: 5.6" (including magazine)
Width: 1.0" (slide)
Weight: 21.5 oz (unloaded)
Sight Radius: 6.25"
Finish: Black Melonited
Safety Devices: Firing Pin Block, Trigger Safety
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