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The Lady Hawk is a crowd pleaser due to its ergonomics and eye appeal. The fully machined commander size frame has been thinned down, the front strap has an ultra-high cut and is scalloped and paired with a set of thin grips, which gives the Lady Hawk a thin comfortable feel. It features a crowned barrel, and Heinie Slant Pro Straight Eight tritium night rear sight that allow for easy target acquisition. Serrations on the top of the slide help reduce glare from the sun while shooting in daylight. The Moon Hawk engraving behind the rear cocking serrations along with the stainless steel with polished flats finish, make this a beautiful pistol.
Controls consist of a Heinie tactical magazine release, extended safety and hammer, slide stop, skeletonized trigger with overtravel stop and a beavertail grip safety with palm swell. The finish is a high-tech titanium blue against which the hard chromed controls provide an attractive contrast. The Lady Hawk features Nighthawk Alumagrips. Made from hard anodized aluminum, they are ultra thin and feature a fine checkering that allows a firm purchase.
The trigger and reset are Perfect with a reset as short and fast as physics and all natural laws will allow. Includes SEVEN magazines
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Capacity||8 + 1 OR 9 + 1 ROUNDS|
|Barrel Length||4.25 BARREL|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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