Springfield Armory Announces Launch of the SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- Springfield Armory is proud to announce the release of the SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine, the newest addition to the Victor line of AR-pattern rifles. This pistol caliber carbine (PCC) adds a new level of capability to the popular SAINT Victor series.

The SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine is designed to deliver a PCC with all the performance and capability you have come to expect from the SAINT Victor line. Featuring forged 7075 T6 aluminum dedicated 9mm upper and lower receivers, this new carbine is built to deliver.

Employing a rugged direct blowback system of operation that ensures rock-solid reliability, the SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine features a Melonite®-coated 16” barrel. At the muzzle is the SA Forward Blast Diverter, recessed under the carbine’s free-floated, full-length handguard that features ample M-Lok® slots for accessories.

SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine
SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine

The carbine feeds from Colt®-pattern, 32-round magazines that interface with the carbine’s dedicated 9mm lower. Rounding out the package are spring-loaded flip-up sights, a six-position collapsible B5 Systems Bravo Stock featuring an ergonomic cheekweld and no-slip cushioned buttpad, B5 Systems Type 23 P-Grip, and a B5 Systems trigger guard. An ambidextrous safety ensures you can effectively run the carbine from either shoulder.

“The new SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine adds yet another layer of capability to the SAINT Victor line,” said Steve Kramer, Vice President of Marketing for Springfield Armory. “Combining the familiar handling characteristics and proven design of an AR with the rugged performance of a direct blowback system, the SAINT Victor in 9mm would make for a great addition to any shooter’s firearms collection.”

Priced at an MSRP of $1,299, the new SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine brings PCC performance to the proven Victor line of AR-pattern firearms.

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To learn more about the SAINT Victor 9mm Carbine, visit here.

About Springfield Armory

In 1794, the original Springfield Armory began manufacturing muskets for the defense of our young, free Republic. The Armory functioned as a firearms supplier for every major American conflict until 1968 when the government sadly closed its doors. In 1974, nearly two centuries after its inception, Springfield Armory Inc. in Geneseo, Ill. revived the iconic heritage of the Armory to carry on its legacy.

We strive to honor this responsibility as guardians of the original Springfield Armory legacy by manufacturing the highest quality firearms to enable responsible citizens to preserve their right to keep and bear arms in the defense of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

With an unmatched emphasis on craftsmanship, performance and exceptional customer service, our mission is to forge superior firearms and provide the tools necessary to defend individual freedoms and equality for those who embrace the rights and principles secured by our Founding Fathers. For more information, please visit us at: springfield-armory.com.Springfield Armory

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Yeah a bit lat and a bit lacking. come-on people another expensive 9mm PCC that does not offer no innovation. I would probably give $499.99 for it, because it is just boring and really lacks anything to be desired. With today’s cost of living, how about targeting the lower income recipients. so they can have a decent no frills affordable 9mm PCC platform, built by a reputable name like Springfield.. Happy Christmas and Merry New Year!!

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Henry Bowman

If you REALLY want a CHEAP 9mm PCC, get a Hi-Point.

Matt in Oklahoma

Nothing like a colt mag to dump your rounds like a lava flow from the top. Such a 90s thing. How quickly we forget the lessons

Henry Bowman

Make this in 10MM and I’m your huckleberry.

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Dogma Factor

Looks like Springfield has jumped the shark on this one! Using expensive hard to find good quality Colt pattern magazines? I guess the reason for such a high MSRP, to cover the magazine costs!


I have to agree that this gun is years later and way too much.

Any new AR15 needs to have either a bufferless recoil system or all billet to justify a price point this high.

At a minimum new ARs need to have the thread bolt catch pin, upper/lower take up set screw, rear take down pin capture set screw, ambi controls and for the love of god can the industry make a standard right side bolt catch standard already? Love the one on the MPX and some POF lowers.


great to see a 9mm that runs on colt style mags and the B5 pieces are nice but the msrp is over the top.


$1300 and it doesn’t even take Glock Mags… No Thanks. Oh, and it’s a Springfield. Strike 3, you’re out.

H Allen

A $1,300 PCC??? That doesn’t take Glock mags??? I know, it’s already been said. But Springfield’s Saint is already overpriced, and like ashort already said, this offering is utterly boring and offers nothing in the way of innovation or even being mildly interesting. For the price of this thing, I can build a 9mm upper, buy a Stern Defense mag well converter, and have enough money left over to buy more than two cases of ammunition! Colt magazines are d****d expensive, too. And Glock mags are, too, but Pro Mag and KCI makes Glock-compatible mags that are cheap and very… Read more »


The Springfield Saint Victor 9MM carbine looks great and is at a great price point. It’s nice to see a new 9MM carbine that use proven all steel magazines. Great job Springfield!!!