Shop for new and used Archon handguns at Guns.com. Whether you’re searching for duty use, self-defense, or competition, Archon offers premium pistols that deliver consistent performance and ultimate reliability.
An innovation-driven company run by shooters, for shooters, Archon has a steadfast dedication to manufacturing the best-performing products for military, law enforcement, and civilians alike.
Born of a want for improved products and created with a “shooter first” mindset, Archon handguns demonstrate that a single well-built design can be superior to a slew of choices.
Unlike most gunmakers, Archon does not offer multiple models but rather worked to perfect just one pistol. Although now discontinued for the U.S. market but still available on the secondhand circuit, the Archon Strike One is the “gun that started it all,” with some of the features used to create the current-production Archon handgun, the Type B.
Made with professional shooters in mind, the Archon Type B is a semi-automatic handgun chambered in 9mm. It features ground-breaking AF-Speedlock technology, a new unique style of barrel lockup that allows the firearm to sit lower in the hand providing the lowest bore axis of any current production pistol. The result is the ultimate in reduced felt recoil and completely different shooting experience.
Borrowing on the successes of its predecessor, the Type B demonstrates everything Archon strives to be with innovative technology, standard features, and accessories not found on any other current-production pistol.
Our current stock of Archon handguns is competitively priced, from about $850 to $950 for the Type B.
Typical prices on new models vary and can depend on factory and aftermarket options, finish, and other specifics. Alternately, used handgun prices will typically vary depending on these factors, as well as condition.
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