Tennessee-based Tisas USA came to SHOT Show with a pair of quite different new pistols for 2023 that share a similar name and aesthetic. 

The company, known primarily for its 1911-series guns followed closely by its feature-rich PX-9 line of polymer-framed pistols, introduced the Night Stalker. Carrying a platinum-grey Cerakote finish with companion machined aluminum grips, the Government-sized 1911 variant is a rail gun that uses 70 Series internals, which gives it a great single-action trigger. Like the company's other 1911s, it uses a forged steel frame and slide along with a hammer-forged barrel. 

Tisas Night Stalker 1911
Note the skeletonized hammer, SF trigger, ambidextrous safety, and extended beavertail along with the lightening cuts in the slide. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
Tisas Night Stalker 1911
Sights are Novak-style U-notch rear with a Tritium front, putting a little "night" in the Night Stalker. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
Tisas Night Stalker 1911
The 1911 Night Stalker runs a straight machined mainspring housing. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The MSRP on the Tisas Night Stalker 1911 is $749, a price that will likely jog down just a bit at dealers. 

Night Stalker PX-9 Gen 3

In what you can look at as alternatively a complementary piece to the 1911 or a more modern option instead of the upgraded "Two World Wars" icon, Tisas also has given its  PX-9 Gen 3 pistols the Night Stalker treatment. These polymer-framed guns run dependable P226-pattern magazines and have Glock-pattern suppressor-height sights, which come in handy as they have an RMR pattern "no-plate" optics cut. Plus they ship with a ton of backstraps and grip panels, giving the user something like 27 different grip configurations. 

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Tisas PX-9 Gen 3 Night Stalker SF
Tisas sells the Night Stalker PX-9 Gen 3 in both a standard format with a 4.11-inch barrel and the SF model, shown here, that comes complete with a 5.1-inch extended threaded barrel that is suppressor ready, a flared magwell, and lightening cuts to the barrel. (Photo: Tisas) 

The suggested ask on the Night Stalker PX-9 Gen 3 runs from $379 for the standard model to $469 for the more practical/tactical SF model. 

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