Rex Zero 1 to ship in Tactical Combat model soon

The Tactical Compact model in the Rex Zero 1 series packs in all the attributes of the full size Tactical model, but in a more compact manner. (Photo: FIME Group)

FIME Group, distributor of the Rex Zero pistols, announced a Tactical Compact model will soon join the Rex Zero 1 series of pistols.

According to FIME, the Tactical Compact model packs in the same features as the full size Tactical model but does so in a smaller package. The Tactical Compact will feature the Rex Optics Ready platform with four plates for optics mounting. Using a hard anodized frame and nitrocarbonized steel slide constructed from solid bar stock the handgun boasts forward cocking serrations, a one-piece cold hammer forged barrel with 1/2×28 threads and Picatinny rail for accessory mounting.

The pistol ships with two 17-round magazines. (Photo: FIME Group)

Additionally, the Tactical Compact model offers an ambidextrous safety and magazine release as well as suppressor height sights.The latest pistol ships with two 17 round magazines inside a hard polymer case with cable padlocks and an operating manual.

“Adding on to the proven quality and craftsmanship of the basic features, the Tactical Compact model will offer the same enhancements to increase shooter experience and customization as the full size Tactical,” FIME said in a press release.

No word yet on availability or price.

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