Full-Sized Firepower in A Small Package: Diamondback Firearm’s DB9 Micro-Compact 9MM

Full-Sized Firepower in A Small Package: Diamondback Firearm's DB9 Micro-Compact 9MM
Full-Sized Firepower in A Small Package: Diamondback Firearm's DB9 Micro-Compact 9MM
Diamondback Firearms
Diamondback Firearms

USA-(Ammoland.com)- Want 9MM firepower in a small pistol? Look no further than Diamondback Firearm's DB9, a micro-compact 9mm made entirely in the USA.

An extremely safe platform, the DB9 features a striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block. It also has a steel magazine catch to secure a steel magazine and real windage-adjustable sights–all these features in a 9MM pistol that weighs in at just 11 ounces (unloaded)!

It is the smallest and the lightest, making it the best combination of weight and size on the market.

Other features include:

  • A smooth double-action trigger with dual connecting bars.
  • Very easy field stripping–no pins used to hold together the pistol and no tools required for disassembly
  • Slide, barrel, and internal parts coated to resist corrosion, making this pistol a lifetime investment.

There are seven DB9 models to choose from, with different frames and grip color options including flat dark earth, black, and, for the ladies, pink.

DB9 Specs:

  • Caliber: 9x19MM
  • Length: 5.60″
  • Height: 4.00″
  • Width: 0.80″
  • Barrel Length: 3.00″
  • Distance Between Sights: 4.25″
  • Weight (unloaded): 11 ounces
  • Trigger Pull: ≈5.5 pounds
  • Magazine Capacity: 6+1 Rounds

To learn more, please visit www.diamondbackfirearms.com.

About Diamondback Firearms LLC

Diamondback Firearms LLC is an American made firearms manufacturer based in Cocoa, Florida employing American Craftsmen to engineer and produce the highest quality firearms for responsible gun owners.

  • 4 thoughts on “Full-Sized Firepower in A Small Package: Diamondback Firearm’s DB9 Micro-Compact 9MM

    1. I have had one for over a year now, love the little gun for what it is. On several occasions I limp wristed it while shooting it and had a failure to eject. This is easy to do with a 9mm this light. Other than that after the first 100 grounds, break-in period, it has operated flawless.

    2. On what planet in this, or any other known galaxy does a 6+1 capacity translate to “Full-Sized Firepower”?!?

    3. I have carried this gun for the last 4 years and I am well pleased. Some argue it’s light weight in more ways than one but those are also the ones which do not respect the reasonable and justifiable limitations of a micro 9. I have run hundreds of rounds through the gun without so much as one jam or glitch. I use UMC 116 gr hollow point and respect the firearm’s need to be cleaned and lightly oiled. Mine is the C or third revision and it’s with me everywhere I go. It’s so easy to conceal that no one will ever know you are carrying. It’s a damn fine piece!

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