IWI Releases Jericho JGear Pistol Kit

Nicholas C
by Nicholas C

IWI is now offering their Jericho pistols in a complete shooter’s package. These JGear Pistol kits include a custom case, JGear paddle holster and paddel double magazine pouch as well as the Uplula mag loader. You can get the Jerichos in either steel or polymer frame and they will come with Meprolight Tritium night sights.

The Jerichos retail for $559 or $665 depending if you go polymer or steel frame. The JGear Pistol kits will only set you back an additional $140. So they will be $669 or $779. Clearly the Steel Frame kit is a better buy since the difference is only $125 over the $140 difference for the polymer kit.

Kit Contents:

  • Jericho® 941™ pistol (F9, FS9, PL9 or PSL9) with Meprolight® Tru-Dot® Tritium night sights
  • Fully adjustable carry angle polymer paddle holster
  • Fully adjustable carry angle polymer double mag holder
  • Maglula® UpLula™ pistol magazine loader
  • Safety cable lock
  • Cleaning rod & cleaning brushes
  • Lockable carry case

These models are not available in CA or MA.

Caliber9mm Para (9x19mm)
Operating SystemShort Recoil
Magazine TypeIWI: PL9, PSL9 with polymer baseplate, F9 & FS9 with steel baseplate
Magazine Capacity2 – 16 round 9mm Para (9x19mm)
Barrel TypeCold hammer forged, CrMoV
Barrel LengthFull Size – 4.4″
Mid Size – 3.8″
Overall LengthFull Size – 8.2″
Mid Size – 7.6″
Pistol Weight (without mag)Full size – 2.3 lbs (steel frame) 1.75 lbs (polymer frame)
Mid size – 1.95 lbs (steel frame) 1.6 lbs (polymer frame)
RiflingPolygonal, 1:10 RH
Grip ColorBlack with IWI logo
SightsMeprolight® Tru-Dot® Tritium night sights
Restricted StatesNot available in CA, CO*, CT*, DC*, HI*, IL*/**, MA, MD*, NJ*, NY*
MSRPSteel Frame – $779.00
Polymer Frame – $699.00
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  • True Born Son of Liberty True Born Son of Liberty on Nov 10, 2016

    Not available in CA, CO*, CT*, DC*, HI*, IL*/**, MA, MD*, NJ*, NY*
    Between bullsh!t rosters and magazine restrictions, this simple 9mm is restricted in 20% of our country. I'm assuming the same applies for a Glock 19?

  • Trjnsd Trjnsd on Nov 10, 2016

    Another reason to move out of Kommiefornistan to Arizona or other more free state! Now, when will they be available in .45ACP?