Hudson readies factory H9 compensator for market

07/9/18 7:00 AM | by

Hudson readies factory H9 compensator for market

Price on the C1 is $79.17 on pre-order, $87 normally.

Price on the C1 is $79.17 on pre-order, $87 normally, handgun not included. (Photo: Hudson)

Temple, Texas-based Hudson Manufacturing has announced they are now taking discounted pre-orders for factory compensators pending an August ship date.

The Hudson C1 Compensator was created specifically for the company’s flagship 9mm handgun series. Constructed from 7075 aluminum, the matte black finish and styling will match factory Hudson H9 handguns and will fit the standard 1/2×28TPI pitch found on their recently introduced drop-in threaded barrels.

“Compensators have been proven over decades of testing and use to provide quicker follow-up shots accomplished by redirecting the gasses escaping the muzzle which decreases the amount of force returning straight back to the shooter,” says Hudson. “The bottom line is they work.”

The company burst on the scenes in 2017 with their unconventional hybrid striker-fired pistol with a 1911-style trigger after more than three years of R&D. Hudson then followed up this year with the redesigned H9A which is about a half-pound lighter.

Price on the C1 is $79.17 on pre-order, $87 normally.

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