STI Introduces the DVC Tactical Pistol for Defensive Handgun Shooters

STI DVC Tactical Pistol
STI DVC Tactical Pistol
STI International
STI International Guns

USA –-Ammoland.com)- Built with the tactical shooter in mind, the new DVC Tactical 2011 Pistol features aggressive slide lightening cuts and grip stippling, taking the most functional features of STI competition guns and putting them in a package for the defensive handgun shooter.

STI DVC Tactical Pistol

The DVC Tactical Pistol comes with rugged, fixed tritium sights and a threaded 5.0” barrel. The gun features a low-viz black DLC (Diamond Like) coating and a copper tinted TiAIN (Titanium Aluminum Nitride) coated barrel.

The gun comes standard with a tool-less guide rod and full length tactical dust cover for mounting a variety of accessories. The DVC Tactical Pistol also features the STI Tactical Magwell for quick reloads and mag stripping.

The pistol is available in 9mm (20 round capacity) or .45 (14 round capacity) and sells for $2,999.

For more information, please visit www.stiguns.com or e-mail [email protected]

About STI International Performance Defined. STI is based out of Georgetown, Texas and is the premier manufacturer of 1911 & 2011© style firearms. The company is dedicated to providing the highest quality firearms for competition, duty, or self-defense use. From introducing the firearms industry into the precision world of “EDM” hammers, sears, and components to the invention of the legendary 2011 platform, STI has continually led the firearms market in product development and quality.

 

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    Nice to see what is out there as long as guns like this don’t become the focus of Ammoland. Sort of like “Road and Track” featuring Lamborghinis and Ferraris 90% of the time, there is a limited market for these high end hand guns. Also like R&T writers, gun writers love to “feature” the high end stuff so they can say “been there, done that” when the average guy will never see one, let alone handle one. Just remember, for every $2999 9mm/.45 handgun sold, how many $450-$1250 weapons in those calibers will be sold…that is the core audience. Most… Read more »