Description

DETAILS
SKU 5165500648
Caliber: 9mm
Action: Semi-Auto
Sights: White Dot
Barrel Length: 4.1"
Overall Length: 7.4"
Weight: 1.4 lbs. (w/o magazine)
Magazine: (1) 17 Rounds, Steel

FEATURES
This is a "Factory Blem" firearm and may have a slight cosmetic blem on the outside of the barrel. The blem does not effect function whatsoever and in most models, it will not be noticeable.

The new IWI MASADA 9mm polymer-framed striker-fired pistol was developed in order to provide an advanced solution to the modern battlefield requirements. Much more than just another striker-fired pistol, the MASADA features a low-profile barrel for reduced perceived recoil. Fully ambidextrous controls and enhanced ergonomics which provide a natural and instinctive pointing grip angle. Three interchangeable wrap-around back-straps coupled with the deep beavertail enabling the MASADA pistol to fit a wide variety of hand sizes.

The MASADA’s frame is made of high strength, impact-resistant fiberglass reinforced polymers. Like all IWI firearms, it is built to withstand and endure all types of military use and abuse in extremely harsh environmental conditions.

The MASADA utilizes a modular serialized high-grade steel trigger mechanism housing that can be easily removed, allowing simple and easy disassembly and maintenance. MASADA’s trigger is designed to enhance the shooter’s accuracy and safety. The MASADA trigger has a 6 lb trigger pull. with a clean and crisp break and a positive reset. Featuring a built-in trigger safety, the pistol will not fire unless the trigger is pulled.

Israel has a proven track record when it comes to tactical firearms and weaponry and IWI's MASADA definitely continues that long tradition of excellence.

Other Features:

White 3-dot Sights
Three Interchangeable wrap-around back-straps
Optic Plates Included: Vortex Venom, Sig ROMEO1, Leupold DeltaPoint, and Trijicon RMR
Fully Ambidextrous Operating Controls: Slide Stop, Magazine Release
Integrated Picatinny Accessory Rail
Low Barrel Axis for Reduced Perceived Recoil

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I know times have changed but earlier this year a new one was $390. Now a blem is $399? Oh well, I don’t think people are clamoring to get their hands on a Masada but what do I know? I paid $390 for a new one.

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I bet there is no noticeable difference between the blem and nib one. Blem is a marketing tool these days it creates a illusion of a deal.

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Seems like psa is still doing their best to sell stuff. not so good on customer service now. been over a month to get an issue resolved. they don't answer phones, no reply from contact forms, the did reply on the facebook then deleted the comments. not good.

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Only 1 magazine. Not a deal. But for an optics ready pistol, not a bad buy.

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I personally like the Masada, not my favorite, but it is really good, much better than most 9mm.
Besides having an unprecedented pedigree, it has been reliable for me. I use the 1911 .45 as my side arm and the Masada as a backup in battle and a Tabor x95 as my rifle . That has proven a great combination in my duty. God bless the IWI!

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Zzzzzzzzz....
nothing new or exciting here. "Not just another polymer striker fired pistol" Really? then exactly what is it then and what sets it apart from every other damn company that says the EXACT same thing? sure the price is good but nothing special..

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You’re the kind of person I dream about T bagging

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How many striker fired, ambidextrous, optics ready pistols are out there that are under $400? The other thing that's nice is that the serial number is on the trigger group (like the Sig P320) so you can change sizes (possibly calibers?) if/when IWI comes out with different Masadas...not a huge difference maker but those kits could be shipped to your house without a NICs check fee (would save me about $30 per transaction and 2 weeks of waiting).

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Change caliber to what? 40? 357 sig?..... I doubt it. Only thing anyone Might change is grip length.

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