Legacy Sports International Intros the Citadel M1 9mm Carbine

Citadel M1 9mm Carbine
Citadel M1 9mm Carbine
Legacy Sports
Legacy Sports International

Reno, NV --(Ammoland.com)- Gene Lumsden, CEO of Legacy Sports International, Inc. is proud to announce a 9mm Parabellum chambering to the line of M-1.22 caliber carbines sold under the Citadel brand.

The new Citadel 9mm features a fixed front sight with protective ears, 6 groove rifling with a 1:10” ROT, adjustable rear sight and comes with two, 10 round Beretta 92 style magazines.

Action is blow-back and stock is available in either black synthetic or wood. Additional 17 round magazines may be purchased as an accessory.

Weight of this rifle is 5.8 pounds, barrel length is 18” and OAL is 35 inches. Now you can have the look and feel of an M1-30 with the firepower of a 9mm.

MSRP: $539 for synthetic; $642.00 for wood.

Citadel M1 9mm Carbine
Citadel M1 9mm Carbine

About:
Legacy Sports International, LLC is an importer of firearms and shooting accessories. Bringing in high quality, reliable and affordable products for shooting and hunting enthusiasts is the mission of Legacy Sports’ business. With well-respected brands including Howa and Puma rifles, Nikko Stirling optics, Escort shotguns, and Citadel handguns and shotguns. This is why Legacy Sports is known as “The Most Trusted Name in the Shooting Industry.” For more information contact: www.legacysports.com

  • 7 thoughts on “Legacy Sports International Intros the Citadel M1 9mm Carbine

    1. Do you have these in stock?

      If not, when will they be available?

      Please let me know when they arrive at the above email address.

      Thanks

      Gerri

    2. Something is amiss. They were to be released at the end of 2013. That was moved back to early 2014 and further moved to Mar-April 2014. Well, it’s the end of May and we still have nothing in the pipeline. I’ve had one on “backorder” for more than a month. Legacy Sports International owes us an explanation. So, what’s the scoop, LSI?

    3. Would like to know more about this carbine in 9mm and other center fire calibers.
      Would like to know about its workmanship and its RELIABILITY!

      If its not reliable, its not worth having!

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