Faxon Announces FX-19 Line of Pistols

    FX-19 Hellfire Compact Pistol (Faxon Firearms)

    Faxon Firearms have announced the launch of their new 9x19mm pistol line, with the guns available from the 24th June. The FX-19 Hellfire and the compact FX-19 Patriot come with custom Faxon frames and barrels, a 1911-profile grip angle, an undercut trigger guard, extended magazine releases and cutouts for pistol optics. 

    FX-19 Patriot Pistol (Faxon Firearms)

    Here’s what Faxon have to say about the new pistols:

    Faxon Firearms, a Cincinnati, Ohio based manufacturer of quality rifle and pistol components, is excited to announce their FX-19 line of 9mm pistols will be available for purchase June 24, 2019.

    The FX-19 pistols will be available in the US with two distinct models; the Patriot – MSRP: $1299.99 and the Hellfire – MSRP: 1499.99. The FX-19 has also been approved for sale in Canada.

    Both the Patriot and Hellfire come with DLC coated slides, machined in-house from 17-4 stainless steel and our proven Match Series pistol barrels. The slides feature optic cuts for mounting Trijicon™ RMR and Holosun™ 507C red dots.

    The Faxon polymer frame utilizes a 1911-style grip angle, custom grip textures, a double undercut trigger guard, and extended beavertail for improved recoil control and faster target acquisition. The frame also features a full picatinny rail for weapon mounted lights.

    Both models include an extended magazine release, an Overwatch Precision™ flat-faced trigger, and one G19 magazine.

    The Hellfire ships with (1) OEM G19 magazine with Faxon +5 magazine extension. The Patriot ships with (1) OEM 15 round G19 magazine. Both pistols ship in a TSA approved hard sided case. All FX-19 pistols accept GLOCK aftermarket parts, accessories, and magazines.

    Here are the specs for Faxon’s new pistols:

    FX-19 Hellfire Pistol (Faxon Firearms)

    FX-19 Hellfire

    Slide

    • Faxon Match Series G19 1/2×28 Threaded Barrel
    • Machined in-house from 17-4 Stainless Steel
    • Enhanced front, rear, and top serrations
    • Optic cut for Trijicon™ RMR or Holosun™ 507C
    • Machined posts in optic cuts for optic locating and recoil absorption
    • Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) Finish
    • Suppressor-Height Night Sights

    Frame

    • Custom Faxon PF940C Frame
    • 1911-Style Grip Angle
    • Custom Polished Front & Rear Slide Rails
    • Double Undercut Trigger Guard
    • Extended Magazine Release
    • Overwatch Precision™ Trigger with NP3 Coated Trigger Bar
    • Enhanced, Low-Profile Magwell

    FX-19 Patriot Pistol (Faxon Firearms)

    FX-19 Patriot

    Slide

    • Faxon Match Series G19 Barrel
    • Machined in-house from 17-4 Stainless Steel
    • Enhanced front, rear, and top serrations
    • Optic cut for Trijicon™ RMR or Holosun™ 507C
    • Machined posts in optic cuts for optic locating and recoil absorption
    • Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) Finish
    • Fiber-Optic Front Sight (Lower 1/3 Co-Witness w/Red Dot)

    Frame

    • Custom Faxon PF940C Frame
    • 1911-Style Grip Angle
    • Custom Polished Front & Rear Slide Rails
    • Double Undercut Trigger Guard
    • Extended Magazine Release
    • Overwatch Precision™ Trigger with NP3 Coated Trigger Bar

    The Hellfire has an MSRP of $1,499, while the Patriot comes in at $1,299. You can find out more here.
    Interested in Faxon’s new pistols? Let us know what you think below!


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