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This is the Brand New GRANDPOWER Stribog SP9A1 with all new NON-RECIPROCATING CHARGING HANDLE. It is a semi-automatic Pistol chambered in 9MM with an 8" Threaded Barrel, Aluminum Frame and all black finish.
Each new Stribog SP9A1 ships with:
3x 30 round Magazines (yes, you read that right, we include THREE 30 ROUND MAGAZINES WITH EACH NEW STRIBOG!)
MLOK Accessory Mounts
Plastic hard case
The NEW GRANDPOWER Stribog now with a NON-RECIPROCATING CHARGING HANDLE is one of the most anticipated new guns in the USA as well as one of the most highly rated and highly reviewed guns on the market due to it's rugged design and incredible reliability. The Stribog comes threaded with 1/2x28 tpi barrel making it simple to mount your suppressor of choice. Don't forget to pick up a Stribog brace adapter to mount your favorite brace on it! Wherever you look, the Stribog gets rated "Best Value" on the market and "Incredibly Reliable" time and time again. Add to that, Global has REDUCED PRICING on the entire GRANDPOWER line and the Stribog is no exception. The best value on the market, refined and now an even better value.
MPN#: GRN-SP9A1

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These are going for $699 on gunzonedeals right now

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I was looking at these but they don't seem worth the money when you consider the bad reviews and aftermarket parts needed to make it reliable. Especially when you can get a well reviewed EXTAR EP9 for $449 that uses Glock mags. I went with the EXTAR and glad I did, because it works flawlessly.

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Contact the company they are replacing the buffer and mag follower for no cost I hear. Also, they have new designed mags.

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I have the Gen 2 model and put about 1,500 rounds through it using Federal, Winchester and CCi Blazer and I have had no issues. I haven't modified a single thing on it besides adding a red dot. Probably one of my most fun guns to shoot. Have you ever shot one?

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I bought an SP9a3 with the flat trigger a few days ago. FTE on the first round, FTE on the third round. I couldn't get two rounds to consecutively cycle. It mashed up the brass and jammed itself behind the bolt. I guess you got lucky. The mags suck. The gun seems to be a tack-driver when it works.

Go Noles. Class of 2019.

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The importer sent me new mag followers. Going to test them out

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I personally own one and love it. I have run both brass and steel. With no issues Including Winchester USA forged steel cased that has jammed in everything I put it in except my stribog. I have seen the videos from Military Arms Channel and saw what he went through with 4 different Stribogs. My experience was just the opposite. My Stribog is like an AK and will shoot anything I put in it. I put on a Gearhead Tailhook brace along with a Romeo 5 and a Crimson Trace light on it. I love it to death. I just received 2 new steel lipped mags that I ordered but haven't got to try them out yet. But after I try them out I will ad to my comments

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If it can run Winchester Brown Box it has my respect.

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Crappy gun, jam every few rounds. I wouldn't trust this gun

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See my comment above. What ammo were using when it jammed, or is this just something you "read" online?

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Anyone want to share their opinion and personal experience with these? of course for those who own one. Im trying to decide from a few options for a PDW. most are different styles or base, but all 9mm.
Ruger charger pdw
Extar 9mm pdw
Stribog
and others.

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I personally own one and love it. I have run both brass and steel. With no issues Including Winchester USA forged steel cased that has jammed in everything I put it in except my stribog. I have seen the videos from Military Arms Channel and saw what he went through with 4 different Stribogs. My experience was just the opposite. My Stribog is like an AK and will shoot anything I put in it. I put on a Gearhead Tailhook brace along with a Romeo 5 and a Crimson Trace light on it. I love it to death. I just received 2 new steel lipped mags that I ordered but haven't got to try them out yet. But after I try them out I will ad to my comments

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Alot of ppl have had problems just watch the military arms channel- worst pcc's ive bought

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I’ve ran hundreds of rounds through mine suppressed and without a can. Flawless and as accurate as you are. Proprietary mags is a negative and they don’t work in my UpLula speed loader

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there are many reviews on youtube. seems to be a fun gun. no buffer tube, can install folding brace.

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I wish this was the A3 model...

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whats the difference? Im wondering how a brace is installed on these? Definately happy about the non-reciprocating charging handle. The biggest down side to me is the proprietary magazines.... Id be curious to know if either there are other nags that may work in these or maybe some other brand mags with a little modifications could work? The only other option is at some point (maybe there are?) there might be aftermarket support for a "Mag adapter block" or simply aftermarket cheaper mags produced in the future.

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A3 is the "roller delay". I would like to only buy the upper and buy the Lingle Industries lower. Then install AR lower parts kit. Scorpion mags are very nice and affordable...

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You can buy a cz scorpion lower and install it on the stribog and it takes care of most of the problems people are having with jaming plus the mag problem

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why not just buy the scorpion in the first place? seems more logical to me...

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Although the cz mags are still proprietary they are alot more reliable, plentiful, cheaper($15), hold 35rds, and the cz lower isn't serialized

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Price is the reason anyone gets the Stribog over the CZ. Especially at times like this where prices are up, inventory low, and wallets are empty.

Although, your points are undeniable.

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