Eagle Imports brings two new Grand Power firearms stateside, delivering the Grand Power Q1S and Stribog Carbine Pistol to American consumers.
The Stribog Carbine Pistol, named after the Slavic god of wind and storms, kicks off the latest goods from Grand Power. Crafted from lightweight, aircraft-grade anodized aluminum the Stribog features ambidextrous safety and magazine releases. The 9mm chambered carbine pistol also provides a threaded barrel with thread protector in addition to M-LOK rails for accessory mounting. The Stribog adds on pop-up front and rear sights alongside an optional backplate AR tube adapter for pistol brace attachment, though the adapter is sold separately.
“The Stribog was originally designed as a sub gun and is sold with a stock in Europe and other parts of the world,” Michael Sodini, President of Eagle Imports, said in a news release. “We’re excited to bring the 9MM pistol version to the American market. It’s extremely fun to shoot and there is an optional adapter for a stabilizing pistol brace. It’s one of my new favorites for sport shooting and close protection.”
Measuring 14.74-inches in length and with a weight of 82-ounces, the Stribog retails for $869.
In addition to the Stribog, Eagle Imports also introduces the 9mm, striker fired, sub-compact Q1S pistol. Boasting a Picatinny rail and unique rotating barrel design, Eagle Imports says the Q1S is an ergonomically designed gun with fully ambidextrous controls.
“We’re excited to bring the best of both worlds to American gun owners,” Sodini commented. “The Grand Power Q1S combines the size and tried-and-true locking principle of the P11 model with a reliable striker-fire trigger mechanism. It’s truly a pleasure to own and shoot.”
The Q1S measures 8.7-inches in length with a barrel measuring 3.7-inches. Weighing 28.10-ounces, the Q1S is priced at $574.
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