Tennessee-based SDS Imports announced this week that the Zigana PX9 pistol is now being brought into the states in its second generation.
The polymer-framed PX9 is a full-sized striker-fired 9mm made in Turkey by Tisas. Using a 4-inch hammer-forged barrel, two 18-shot mags, adjustable rear sights, and front and rear cocking serrations, the sub-$400 handgun has proved popular. The updated PX9-G2 has a frame that can be customized through a variety of interchangeable side panels and backstraps, allowing 27 different grip configurations, and adds the option of a removable magazine well.
"We’ve worked closely with Tisas, the manufacturer of the PX9s, to develop the G2 version for the U.S. market, and look forward to continuing this partnership and building on the success of the original PX9," said David Fillers with SDS.
The PX9-G2 has S&W M&P 2.0-style sight dovetails, so sights can be readily upgraded, and accepts Sig Sauer P226-pattern double-stack 9mm magazines, which are in ready circulation. It also appears to have a different grip texturing than the first generation pistols.
MSRP of the SDS Imports PX9-G2 is $379.95, a price that will likely be slightly lower at retail.