New SAINT Edge Pistol from Springfield Armory

New SAINT Edge Pistol from Springfield Armory
New SAINT Edge Pistol from Springfield Armory

GENESEO, ILL. – -( Springfield Armory’s brand new SAINT Edge Pistol combines the most popular features of the most premium SAINT in the lineup with the compact shootability of a pistol platform.

With the same features that make the SAINT Edge a premium rifle, the SAINT Edge Pistol in 5.56 allows for maximum portability and ease of use in close quarters. The lightweight billet-machined lower receiver compliments the patent-pending full-length free float handguard, and the 10.3” lightweight 1:8 twist CMV barrel creates a comfortable, quick-handling and versatile platform. The rugged Maxim Defense CQB adjustable pistol brace reduces size, stabilizes recoil, and enhances accuracy in one or two-handed operation.

The lower receiver is machined, rather than forged, from aircraft grade 7075 T6 billet aluminum, and features Springfield Armory’s proprietary adjustable Accu-Tite tension system, designed to eliminate movement between the upper and lower receivers. A crisp SA match short reset trigger system provides the feel of a competition trigger in a tactical platform. The flat-top upper receiver is Type lll hard-coat anodized 7075 T6 aluminum, with a forward assist and M4 feed ramps for reliable cycling. The enhanced M16 bolt carrier group is finished with super-hard Melonite and carries a premium 9310 HPT/MPI steel bolt, superior to Mil-Spec. The charging handle is Springfield Armory’s exclusive mid-size design for enhanced operation.

The patent-pending slim free-float aluminum handguard is M-Lok compatible to give you an almost unlimited choice of accessories, with multiple mounting points for slings, lights and other equipment. An aluminum forward hand stop is included to keep your support hand clear of the muzzle. Under the handguard, a carbine-length, multi/mode adjustable gas block allows for tuning to specific ammo or suppressor use, and is pinned to the barrel for reliable operation, eliminating the concern of the block coming out of alignment. Unlike other “optics ready” pistols that are unusable out of the box, the Edge Pistol comes complete with front and rear spring loaded flip-up sights, allowing you to take this SAINT immediately to the range. The ½ MOA windage adjustable dual aperture rear sight, and ½ MOA elevation-adjustable front sight can be folded down or used to co-witness with optics.

The compact SAINT Edge Pistol is the perfect companion for personal defense. At just 24.6” with the brace collapsed, and weighing only 5 lbs, 11.5 ounces, the newest SAINT pistol from Springfield Armory delivers a lot of power in a small package.

Available in the following configurations:


SAINT Edge Pistol: MSRP $1,559
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About Springfield Armory

Founded in 1974, Springfield Armory Inc. is located in Geneseo, Illinois. Its iconic brand remains unmatched in quality, precision engineering, manufacturing and unparalleled customer service in the firearms industry. The USA facility in Geneseo engineers, manufactures and assembles the legendary M1A, 1911 and SAINT AR-15 line of firearms. Since 2001, Springfield Armory has enjoyed a strategic, collaborative partnership with the state-of the-art factory in Croatia working hand in hand in the development and engineering of the multiple award-winning line of XD polymer pistols that have become staples in the US marketplace. For over 40 years Springfield Armory has been committed to providing customers with trusted and reliable defensive products and a time-honored dedication to customer service excellence.

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Why would Springfield miss the mark charge 800 for a 7.5 inch pistol and 1300 for for 10.3 inch lightweight pistol?? It is a good gun if it was under 1000..No way in hell I would ever spend 12 or 13 when I can get an lwrc or similar quality for the the same or LESS MONEY


I just ordered 1 of these pistols for my Christmas present to myself-can’t wait to unbox it on youtube!

Mike Ross

This pistol brace thing is interesting. With so many people openly defying the BATF, will they ignore it or come down hard on big companies like Springfield Armory. It’s one thing when guys on YouTube do it, but Springfield Armory is a much bigger fish. Got to admire their guts though, maybe if more companies defy the BATF some of the nonsense restrictions, like those on short barreled rifles and shotguns, can be eliminated.


Pretty amazing how the gun manufactures have distorted the definition of what constitutes a pistol now.

Wild Bill

, Anyone that finds paths around unconstitutional Congressional statutes and equally unconstitutional BATFE promulgated and enforced regulations is aces with me! And it occurs to me that under any other administration, BATFE would be litigating the hell out of manufacturers.


It’s the BATFE that has ruled what is considered a hand gun and what is not. Not the manufacturers. And it is the BATFE that has ruled that a brace is not a stock. Again, not the manufacturers.

Martin Sutherlin

Sounds ideal for defense, so I will definately be checking with my favorite gun shop.