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New Model – Back in Stock! Springfield Armory HP9201 SA-35 9mm Luger 15+1 4.70″ Cold Hammer Forged Barrel, Matte Blued Carbon Steel Frame & Serrated Slide, Checkered Walnut Grip, White Dot Front Sight and Serrated Tactical Rack Rear Sight, Factory Tuned Trigger, Manual Thumb Safety
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New Model – Back in Stock! Springfield Armory HP9201 SA-35 9mm Luger 15+1 4.70″ Cold Hammer Forged Barrel, Matte Blued Carbon Steel Frame & Serrated Slide, Checkered Walnut Grip, White Dot Front Sight and Serrated Tactical Rack Rear Sight, Factory Tuned Trigger, Manual Thumb Safety

Status: In Stock as of June 16, 2024

Category: Handguns
Brand: Springfield
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Manufacturer SKU: HP9201 (Manufacturer Link)
Caliber: 9mm
Number of rounds: 15+1
Barrel length: 4.7"
Weight: 31.5 oz.
Features: 15+1! Safety. Based on the legendary
Condition: New in Springfield Arrmory Soft Case!
Price: $739 Credit, $724 Cash! $30 Shipping UPS Air

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OUR FIRST BATCH SOLD FAST AND HAD GREAT FEEDBACK FOR PURCHASING CUSTOMERS! FINALLY RELEASED! A worthy successor to the legendary Browning Hi Power! It’s had many names in its century-old history and today, Springfield Armory reimagine this renowned design for modern use. Made in the U.S.A. and based on one of the most prolific and popular pistols in small arms history, the Springfield Armory® SA-35 gives today’s shooters a modern take on a revered design. Featuring subtle but significant upgrades to John Moses Browning’s original P-35, the 9mm SA-35 captures the appeal of the “wood and steel” era of arms making while offering the upgraded enhancements of today’s defensive pistols.

The SA-35 features rugged forged steel parts for strength and durability, improved ergonomics and enhanced controls, modern sights, an improved feed ramp design, and an increased 15-round capacity. Configured without a magazine disconnect for a drop free magazine the SA-35 features a factory-tuned trigger with a smooth pull and crisp, clean break.

Call it a legend, call it an icon, but whatever you do, don’t call it a classic.

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