Florida-based Adams Arms have introduced the AA19, a new striker-fired, polymer-framed pistol. The company claims the AA19 brings together their experience and expertise with slides and barrels for custom handguns into one complete pistol. The pistol was initially unveiled at SHOT 2020 and is now about to reach dealers.
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Here’s what Adams Arms have to say about the AA19:
BROOKSVILLE, FL –– Adams Arms, industry leading pioneers of piston-driven AR platform firearms, announced the AA19, a performance-driven compact 9mm Luger handgun.The AA19 combines Adams Arms years of experience with handgun barrel and slide innovations with its mission of elevating firearm reliability and performance.
“Adams Arms is known for its slides and barrels for custom handguns, and now we’ve brought all of our expertise into one complete pistol,” Steve Green, Adams Arms Vice President of Sales and Marketing said. “Our customers have been asking for an Adams Arms handgun for years, and now it is ready. The new AA19 incorporates design elements that refine its ergonomics and performance. Every detail on the new AA19 adds upgrades that maximize its potential for both EDC and competition.”
The AA19 comes with two Magpul G19 magazines, a hardcase, and cable lock. The slide is cut for optics, and plates are plates available in all popular footprints, including the Trijicon RMR, LeupoldDeltapoint, Shield RMS, Burris Fastfire 3, Vortex Venom/Viper, Vortex Razon, C-More STS. The gun is made in the USA and is backed by Adams Arms’ lifetime warranty.
AA19 Specifications and Features:
- Enhanced front and rear cocking serrations
- Double undercut trigger guard
- Vickers Tactical Carry Trigger
- Ameriglo Defoor EDC sights
- Profiled and lightened slide
- Threaded 1:16” twist barrel
- Aggressive grip texturing
- 1913 Picatinny rail
- Billet extractor
- Overall length 7.6”
- Weight 1.26 lbs.
The AA19 will be available through Adams Arms’ network of dealers with an MSRP of $999. For more information on the new AA19, visit www.adamsarms.net
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