STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol – A Great New Concealed Carry Option

STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol - A Great New Concealed Carry Option
STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol – A Great New Concealed Carry Option
STI International
STI International

USA – -(Ammoland.com)-The new STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol offers the same great looks and function of the popular HEX Tactical 4.0 and 5.0 versions in a shorter, lighter package.

STI removed the tactical rail on the HEX Tactical 3.0 to cut down on weight and width and made the frame out of aluminum.

The 2011 version has the shorter VIP length grip and the 1911 features the officer’s length frame.

With a 3.7” barrel the gun is easy to conceal, even when compared to some of the smallest guns on the market, while giving shooters 15+1 round capacity in the 2011 model and 7+1 in the 1911 version.

STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol
STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol

The HEX serrations not only look great, they are the most functional serration on the market for providing a positive grip. The 360 degree grip surface ensures the gun can be racked with ease at any angle. The new HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol comes with a black CeraKote finish and features a Hi-Power style cut in the front to make re-holstering easy. The ledge rear sight is fixed and durable and the front fiber optic makes target acquisition quick and easy. The HEX Tactical Pistol 3.0 has all of the features serious shooters want in a carry gun.

STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistols
STI International HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistols

The HEX Tactical 3.0 Pistol from STI is available in 9mm and sells for $2,199 in the 1911 model and the 2011 model sells for $2,599.

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.

 

10
Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
10 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
10 Comment authors
DavidKenneth WaggonerColin GoyetteLarry BrickeyChuck malone Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
Notify of
David
Guest
David

nice gun im sure but wouldnt give a second look at that price.

Kenneth Waggoner
Guest
Kenneth Waggoner

Once again, a gun only for the elite.

Colin Goyette
Guest
Colin Goyette

It is a nice gun, but over two grand for a compact pistol?? Are you &@$#-%+&# me? I must have missed the gold plated platinum and diamond trim. Here is an idea, sell it for what it is worth, 400 to 700 range, and they will sell many more if them, thereby making more money.

Larry Brickey
Guest
Larry Brickey

Like the other commentators: Too much$

Chuck malone
Guest
Chuck malone

I could afford one but I doubt it would perform any better than my RI 1911. Who throws money away like that? Never pay more than you need to for any product! I dont think the bad guy is gonna care what he got shot with.

Art
Guest
Art

Nice pistol but I’ll just keep my S&W – M&P-9c and save a lot of money for more ammo!
My handgun has sent down range a bullet every time I’ve pressed the trigger for 4,000+ times and cost around $450.00.
I did add night sights & C.T. red laser grips too.

Bill
Guest
Bill

Rock, I agree. These people (companies) act like theyve had to pour millions into r&d for something new, something JMB did for them over 100 years ago. There are very, very few new things to come along in the world of 1911’s since JMB yet these people insist on making us, the people who are supposed to be buying them, members of the same , as of late, very unpopylar, persecuted team, their “brothers” in arms, the regular guy, pay with body parts to have ” their latest and newest innovation which is really neither theirs nor new. Oh, ok,… Read more »

revjen45
Guest
revjen45

Since you will never see your gun again after a DGU, paying $2600 for a carry piece doesn’t sound like a good idea.

gcm
Guest
gcm

msrp nuff said

Rock
Guest
Rock

Nice pistol and the Hex pattern is “pretty”, but NOT worth the MSRP… The 300% to 400% markup on a $500.00 piece is ridiculous .