COLT MUSTANG LITE

COLT MUSTANG LITE

SKU O6796

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Product Information & Specs

Small and lightweight yet durable and reliable the Colt Mustang is a semi-automatic handgun chambered in 380 ACP with a 61 capacity. The slide and barrel are CNC machined from a solid block of steel and the barrel measures just 2.75 inches long with an overall length of 5.5 inches. With a loaded weight of less than one pound the Mustang makes an ideal pistol for concealed carry.

Details

Action SA - Caliber .380 ACP - Capacity 6rd - Barrel 2.75 - Frame Polymer Black - Slide Stainless Steel Matte - Sights High Profile - Safeties Ambidextrous Safety Lock - Length 5.5 - Weight 11.8 oz - Series 80 - Commander Style Hammer - Solid Aluminum Trigger - Lowered Ejection Port - The new Colt .380 Mustang Pocketlite and Mustang XSP are small lightweight and boast enhanced durability reliability and accuracy making either an ideal handgun for personal protection. The precise machining process use of high quality materials and improvements in design make Colts new .380 Mustang Pocketlite and Mustang XSP two of the most consistent and reliable firearms on the market. The stainless steel slide and barrel are CNC machined from solid bar stock for precise tolerances. With loaded magazines each of these handguns weighs less than one pound. They both measure 5.5 inches long and have a 2.75-inch barrel. The minimal weight and length of these guns combined with the short single action trigger grip designs frame designs and firing pin safety block make these firearms ideal for personal protection.

UPC 098289015365
Caliber 380 ACP
Action SINGLE ACTION
Capacity 6 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 2.7 BARREL
Weight 0.7













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