Introducing the new Grand Power Stribog Series Semi-Automatic Pistol

STORM WARNING: Eagle Imports Announces the Grand Power “Stribog” Carbine Pistol (Named After the Slavic God of Storms) Now Exclusively Available in America
STORM WARNING: Eagle Imports Announces the Grand Power “Stribog” Carbine Pistol (Named After the Slavic God of Storms) Now Exclusively Available in America

U.S.A.-( Stribog, the mythical Slavic god of wind and storms, would be proud of his new namesake. Grand Power is excited to announce that the new Stribog semi-automatic carbine pistol has begun shipping in the United States, via Eagle Imports, Inc.

“The Stribog was originally designed as a sub gun and is sold with a stock in Europe and other parts of the world,” said Michael Sodini, President of Eagle Imports, Inc. “We’re excited to bring the 9MM pistol version to the American market. It’s extremely fun to shoot and there is an optional adapter for a stabilizing pistol brace. It’s one of my new favorites for sport shooting and close protection.”

Legend has it that the god Stribog could start or finish a storm. This lightweight, aircraft-grade anodized aluminum alloy pistol carries through on the legend – featuring a dual mass slide that significantly reduces recoil and improves overall control.

Other notable features include:

  • Ambidextrous safety and magazine releases
  • Pop-up front and rear sights
  • Threaded barrel with thread protector
  • M-Lok accessory rails
  • Optional back plate AR tube adapter for pistol brace attachment available for purchase separately
  • Lifetime service contract for original owners
  • (2) 20-round magazines (30- and 10-round magazines available for purchase separately)


  • Caliber: 9MM
  • Action: Dynamic Blowback Mass Bolt
  • Capacity: 20+1
  • Barrel Length: 8”
  • Front Sight: Flip-up
  • Rear Sight: Flip-up
  • Finish: Black
  • Grips: Polymer
  • Construction: HTS Aluminum Alloy
  • Safety: Ambidextrous External Safety
  • Weight: 82 oz.
  • Length: 14.74”
  • Height: 8”
  • MSRP: $869

For more information on the Grand Power Stribog carbine pistol, visit or contact your local firearms retailer today to see one in person.

About Grand Power:Grand Power

Grand Power was founded on the passion and expertise of CEO and owner Jaroslav Kuracina. After many attempts to have his innovative pistol produced in his home country of Slovakia, he finally succeeded through the generosity of private investors in 2002. Today, Grand Power is one of the up-and-coming firearms brands worldwide, winning awards at IPSC and on the battlefield.

About Eagle Imports:Eagle Imports

Founded in 1988, Eagle Imports is proud of its history and tradition of being an exclusive firearms distributor in the United States. Eagle is committed to fulfilling Bersa, SPS, Metro Arms, Comanche and Grand Power’s mission in the USA and for providing the ultimate after-sale experience for all of their products.

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My Beretta 92 G with 20 round mag +1 is fun to shoot and weighs half or less as much AND can easily and comfortably be carried concealed!!


I don’t doubt that it’s a FINE gun. Grand Power makes GREAT stuff. But, like the Scorpion, it LOOKS fat and clunky. For me, the Fightlite Raider, impractical as it may be, is the way I like my guns to LOOK. (I said “LOOK”)

Big Al

Where can I buy an IWB holster for mine??? I need total concealment!?!?!?!


Chris Thompson

I’d love to have one with a Shockwave brace!


PSA is offering one with an SB brace so there must be an adapter for a receiver extension (buffer tube) out there somewhere.


When I first looked at it, I thought it was a CZ Scorpion!
Looks like a direct competitor for it in the pistol caliber carbine market.
The msrp is even the same as a Scorpion.
Never heard of this sub gun, but Eagle imports the Bersa line of pistols and have great customer service.
They need it since Bersa is an inexpensive brand.
I wish them luck, PCC’s are very popular right now


Definitely a competitor for the CZ. Lifetime service is attractive. It will take time for the after market, should this become popular as the Scorpion.
Interesting to see how this will preform with a suppressor. Hopefully it won’t give you gas face like the Sig.
Best of luck to them.