Remington RP9

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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photo and user ratings of the Remington RP9 pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Remington RP9 is a semiauto pistol built on a black polymer frame with a stainless steel slide, and chambered in 9mm. Other features include:

  • A tilting barrel operating mechanism;
  • a striker-fired, grooved trigger with a safety bar and a 5.5–7 lb. pull;
  • a tactile loaded chamber indicator on the slide’s right;
  • a black PVD finish on the slide and barrel;

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    The RP9 from the right.

  • a standard picatinny accessory rail;
  • a dovetailed post front sight with an interchangeable red insert;
  • a dovetailed, notch rear sight with two white dots and a flat face so you can manipulate the slide one-handed;
  • front and rear angled grip serrations on the slide;
  • a reversible magazine release;
  • an undercut trigger guard to allow a high grip;
  • a textured grip with three interchangeable backstraps to accommodate different hand sizes; and
  • two double-stack magazines.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Width Height Weight
9mm 18+1, 10+1 7.91″ 4.5″ 1.27″ 5.56″ 26.4 oz.

Pricing & Shopping

MSRP: $500ish

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More Photos, & Video

On camera: Check out Hickok45’s video review of the RP9.

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This photos shows the RP9’s virtually identical .45 ACP brother, the RP45, from the left.

2 thoughts on “Remington RP9

  1. Jed Henson

    The RP9 is in stores now, and a couple problems are apparently cropping up:

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  2. Joe

    Great gun! I just bought an rp9 for $250 from Palmetto because, well, it was $250 and has a lifetime warranty from the oldest firearms manufacturer in America! I took the gun out to the range today and directly out of the box, without cleaning or oiling the gun I put 350 rounds of various cheap brass and steel case 115 grain FMJ without any problems. I highly recommend this gun, especially for the price. Gun snobs might turn up their noses at it for no good reason but for us hard working regular folk that dont feel the need to spend $500+ it is a great high quality alternative to the other junk on the market for under $350. Dont be fooled by the nay-sayers that havent even shot them. Go to your local shop and compare it side to side with some others in the price range. Its a good gun.

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