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Three New Springfield SAINT Pistols for 2020

The Springfield SAINT family is expanding for 2020, with three all-new pistol variants slated for release during Spring 2020.

Three New Springfield SAINT Pistols for 2020
(From top) Edge EVAC, Edge PDW, SAINT Victor .308

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

First up is the radically compact SAINT Edge PDW Pistol, a 5.5"-barreled 5.56mm that measures a mere 18.75" overall with its Maxim Defense SCW brace collapsed. From the included Magpul 20-round PMAG to the short Reptilla CQG pistol grip, the PDW provides unrivaled portability in a 5.56mm package. Slated for release during Spring 2020.

The new SAINT Victor .308 Pistol packs .30-caliber power into a 10.3"-barreled package that measures just over 28" with the included SB Tactical SBA3 five-position brace fully collapsed. Round that out with excellent appointments such as a BCMGUNFIGHTER Mod 3 pistol grip, free-float M-Lok handguard and a Springfield Armory Blast Diverter, and you have an amazing addition to the SAINT Victor line. Slated for release during Spring 2020.

Joining the SAINT Edge line is the all-new EVAC Pistol, a 5.56mm that is designed for takedown and discreet storage in the included storage bag. The patent-pending ratchet barrel takedown system combines with a Gear Head Works Tailhook MOD 1 sidefolding brace with Law Tactical Gen 3-M folder adapter for extremely compact storage. Slated for release during Spring 2020.

For more information about the upcoming additions to the SAINT line-up slated for release Spring 2020, please visit the following links:

SAINT Victor Pistol in .308:

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