Remington RP9 Striker Fired Handgun | Shot 2017

On the floor of Shot Show 2017 Remington demos their new RP9 striker fired handgun. Based on a modular trigger housing, there is currently only one model of firearm.

The RP9 is on store shelves now with MSRP of $489

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Edward O

Edward is a Canadian gun owner and target shooter with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Crawling over mountains with tactical gear is his idea of fun. He blogs at TV-Presspass and tweets @TV_PressPass.


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  • DW

    There are supposed to be RP45, which should hold 14+1 round. If Remington finally get back to making quality guns the RP45 should be awesome.

    • Jirka Kýhos

      If it works. 😀

      • DW

        True for all guns, especially remington.

  • Gus Butts

    That is a very attractive price. Hopefully they’ve put more effort into this than their revival of the R51, which failed miserably.

  • Scott Tuttle

    as soon as tfb gets back from shot show they should give one of these a test drive. looks nice but…

  • WANDERLUST srt

    Why this over any other polymer striker gun at about the same price?

    • Well, “based on a modular trigger housing” leads me to believe it’s something like the Sig P320…that would be a cool weapon system at this price point. But there is a LOT of competition in polymer striker guns. Really good competition.

  • Gregory

    I have notice a trend in new guns. The beaver tail area of the newer guns has a flat rather than round profile. I do not know about anyone else but that profile tends to grind and hurt the upper knuckle of my thumb when I shoot. Sig, Glock, H&K, 1911’s and some other older guns have a rounded profile that does not cause any issues. Is it just me with the issue?

  • Joshua

    I’m sorry, but does their banner claim that they are “Americas most trusted gunmaker”
    how do they figure that?

    • Hinermad

      There’s probably some fine print somewhere that says “Once upon a time…”

      • CA

        How does Remington stay in business though? They should have been bought out by someone who is competent a long time ago.

        • Hinermad

          I guess nobody wanted to buy a gun manufacturer that was located in New York.

  • InfidelCrusader

    Remington has not established a good track record for itself with handguns and this latest offering doesn’t inspire me with confidence. It may be the greatest handgun ever made but I’m going to be waiting a while to see how it shakes out before I’m going to be willing to dip my toe into the water.

  • PersonCommenting

    So is an M&P upper with an FN lower?

  • coyote-hunter

    More plastic, without a safety…sheesh..

  • I_loveurmom

    When’s the recall?

    Too soon?

  • lookinoutforu

    Why buy one?? Remington screwed up the first go-around with this thing. Now it’s supposedly “fixed”? Sorry, Remington, there are tons of other choices out there that are proven, reliable firearms for self defense/concealed carry.

  • Wingbert

    Looks less terrible than the Ruger

  • Rock Island Auction

    Good video, Ed. I can see that journalism degree getting put to work. But seriously, you asked all the questions a buyer would want to know and then some.

  • Kefefs

    Just watched a review on one of these… Noooooope. Typical Remington bottom-barrel engineering and quality control. If they think anybody’s going to buy this over the new P10C or even something like the Ruger 9E and S&W SD9 they’re insane.