American Tactical Introduces the MilSport 9mm Carbine & Pistol

American Tactical Introduces the MilSport 9mm Carbine & Pistol
American Tactical Introduces the MilSport 9mm Carbine & Pistol
American Tactical Imports
American Tactical Imports

Summerville, SC -(AmmoLand.com)- American Tactical, pioneers of the Omni Hybrid Maxx series of products, is pleased to announce the addition of the MilSport 9mm Pistol and Carbine.

The MilSport 9mm comes standard with a billet lower receiver made from 7075-T6 aluminum and a forged 7075-T6 upper. The pistol version has a 5.5″ 4150 QPQ Nitride-treated barrel with flash can and a 7″ keymod freefloat rail, while the carbine version has a 16″ 4150 QPQ Nitride treated barrel and comes with an A2 flash hider and a 10″ keymod freefloat rail. Both models accept standard Glock 9mm double stack magazines and they both come with one 31 round ETS magazine.

The carbine version ha a 6 position Rogers Superstoc and both versions come standard with an ambidextrous sling plate.

“The MilSport 9mm proves that American Tactical is leading the way in the black rifle market innovation category,” says Tony Dichario, President of American Tactical. “If you are looking for a fun edition to your Glock, and a practical edition for home protection, the MilSport 9mm fits both categories.”

The MilSport 9mm Pistol and Carbine versions are ready for dealer and distributor shipping. With an MSRP of only $899.95 for the carbine and $869.95 for the pistol, the MilSport 9mm will quickly become an industry favorite.

For more information on American Tactical, visit www.americantactical.us.

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    Love mine, pistol version. A very nice addition to my arsenal. With no locking last round, and high capacity magazines you tend to loose count of rounds and just shot until empty. Sorry to say in range time with Ophelia yes, that’s her name. She will process everything except PPU NATO 124gr. Other 124’s that ive tried so far are no problem. Be mindful that the short barrel and flash cannon may limit your assessories. She runs well wet and so accurate!