Stoeger Delivers Performance and Function with STR-9 Striker-Fired Pistol

Stoeger STR-9 Striker-Fired Pistol
Stoeger STR-9 Striker-Fired Pistol

ACCOKEEK, Md.-(Ammoland.com)- Building upon its legacy of manufacturing quality firearms at an affordable price, Stoeger introduces the all-new STR-9 striker-fired, semi-automatic pistol. Chambered in 9mm with a 15+1 capacity, the STR-9 blends form and function to create an all-around solution for everyday carry, home protection or fun at the range.

The STR-9 features a corrosion-resistant black nitride finish, available interchangeable backstrap grips for a custom fit and 4.17-inch barrel for easy concealment and quick deployment. With an overall length of 7.44 inches and weighing 1.5 pounds, the STR-9 is designed for personal protection without breaking the bank.

Rugged and reliable, the STR-9's grip angle is engineered to match the drift-adjustable, three-dot sights for true target alignment and combines with a low-bore axis for reduced muzzle rise to quickly reacquire targets for follow-up shots. Aggressive front and back slide serrations provide a firm grasp with or without gloves. A smooth-pulling, crisp trigger houses an internal safety for extra security.

For an added benefit, an accessory rail accepts a wide variety of pistol and laser lights for low-light conditions. The reversible magazine release allows for right- and left-handed shooting. Durable and reliable, the STR-9 delivers the perfect personal defense pistol at an economic price. The new STR-9 comes with one magazine, lock and loader and has an MSRP of $349.

Stoeger STR-9

  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Action: Striker fired, semi-auto
  • Barrel length: 4.17 inches
  • Overall length: 7.44 inches
  • Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Grip: Interchangeable backstrap
  • Safety: Trigger safety
  • Sights: Dovetail
  • Finish: Nitride
  • Capacity: 15+1
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • MSRP: $349

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  • 8 thoughts on “Stoeger Delivers Performance and Function with STR-9 Striker-Fired Pistol

    1. Mine broke unfired right out of the box waiting to hear back from stoeger about what they are going to do about it 🙁 In 30 years of purchasing firearms never had anyone break before ?

    2. This new gun looks very much like a Sar 9 the slide serrations or cuts are slightly different and the barrel is a little shorter .3 inches the frame and grip are very close l like the way it looks but l already purchased a Sar 9 a month ago costed 330 dollars out the door call in fee and tax very close to the price this should be selling for

    3. Don’t assume anything is “known” based upon rumor. Stoeger was purchased by Beretta which purchased Benelli and those folks are in charge of quality control at Stoeger. I had heard bad things about Stoeger years back, but their SxS shotguns are popular with the SASS folks for a good reason. I recently purchased a Stoeger M3020 semi-auto shotgun and found it to be based upon a modified (improved) Benelli action and the quality overall was amazing. I have put somewhere around 400-500 rounds through it without a single FTF. Based upon my personal experience and the experience of friends who own Stoegers, the quality is there at a very good price and the accessories are in line with Benellis (choke tubes – 5, stock shims-4).

    4. Stoeger is not known for quality, and this product only has a 5 year warranty.
      Too many great options out there for this one to be used by me.

      1. Running a CNC program in an ISO9000 rated facility is the same in Turkey as it is in New Jersey.
        To make a blanket statement that a company is “not known for quality” without verifiable references is, at best, moronic.
        I’ve put thousands of rounds through my three gun Stoeger Pro shotgun without failure or fault…guess I got the only good one to leave the factory….
        Let’s wait to see how it goes for what looks to be a nice striker-fired 9mm pistol before we condem an entire company…

      2. I bought this pistol for less than 350.00 the 3&3 package. If it lasts the 5 years I’ll be happy for the price, and I have no reason to believe it will not last far longer. Build quality of the pistol is top notch. And it has a near Glock trigger. I think the trigger is a bit stiffer than a Glock but it may work in. And over time be nicer, so many pistols have done that.
        Personally I’ve only had two guns that left me wanting for quality and durability and the were both Taurus revolvers.
        I’m quite happy with this pistol. And should it work out the way I suspect it will, I will probably buy the night sight model.
        Thought the one I had was a NS model, my FFLs Stoeger rep told him they were NSs but realized later he had screwed up, notified the FFL who then told me. He said he would put night sights on it for me. But I’m still very happy with the gun as is so I told him not to worry about it.
        Some people harp on it not American made. Some things to remember about that are.
        American made these days means made on the American continent, North or South. Made in the USA is almost NEVER seen.
        Much is assembled in the USA from globally sourced materials. Meaning everything is made over seas, it is either put together here or partially assembled here.
        And last, so much of what is thought to be American made is not. It is all manufactured in Asia and branded for an American owned Co.
        We can be unhappy that our guns of choice are not made here, but we can thank our Democrat overlords for that.
        How many gun companies have left Illinois in the last 10 years. Or closed their doors.

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