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The Strike One pistol is quite possibly the most revolutionary advancement in firearms technology in the past 100 years, featuring a new locking system that greatly lowers the bore axis of the Strike One's barrel, resulting in easier to control recoil and quick follow up shots.The locking system of the Strike One is a unique system to this pistol, and lead to several new patents. The inline barrel leads to very tight tolerances with the slide and the lowest center bore axis of all production pistols.The Strike One features a fully ambidextrous magazine release for both left- and right-handed shooters. This revolutionary design can be taken down by hand with no tools.Specifications:Type: Geometric Lock, semiautomatic hammer less pistolAction: Short recoil, in-line barrel, patented locking block systemCaliber: 9mmTrigger: Automatic Safety, Single Action OnlySafeties: Single Arc Trigger Safety, with firing pin automatic safety(2) 17+1 MagazineAmbidextrous Push-Button ReleaseFrame: Reinforced PolymerSlide: Front and Rear Cocking Panels, rebated ceilingSights: Interchangeable back plate/sight fixed.Total Length: 8.27"Barrel Length: 5.04"Total Height: 5.63"Total Width: 1.3"Total Weight: 1.65 lbs
MPN#: ARSNL-STRK-1-9-SS-CF

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thats got to be one of the lowest bore axis Ive seen on a pistol to date. That grip is way up there. Definately needs that large beavertail, I cant imagine the slide bite without it!

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Never mind! My bad: I had it backward! Archon Type B is the rebranding of the Arsenal One Stryk B. Archon is the American version, Arsenal One is the European version...

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Looks very similar to the Archon Type B. It even has a similar angle for ejector on the trigger mechanism housing. I heard Archon has had troubles recently and question if this is a rebranding. The Type B also has the cutaway at the front of the slide for press checking. I loved my Type B, but had issues with the firing pin breaking.

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This is modification of a Russian pistol called Strizh (swift, a bird). Was developed in 2011 or 2012. The Russian military was planning on replacing their arsenal of Makarovs and PY (yarygin pistol - пистолет Ярыгина) with the strizh pistols. The pistol did not pass the military's quality control and the Russian government did not award a contract to the pistol manufacturer.

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interesting info. I still would like to own one of these. I find them intriguing. My only concern is if that grip is as long as the pics make it look? It looks like you could hold that grip double stacked handed like holding a baseball bat. lol

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i have big hands. this looks perfect. dont know if it functions but somone with larger hands could hold this comfortably

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I doubt this item can be rented at any local gun range. Youtube, however, contains many videos showing demos of this firearm as well as discussions of its reliability, ergonomics, and availability. I would check them out. Some people demoing this item have average size hands which kind of gives you an idea of its ergonomics just by watching these people and how they grip the handle.

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