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Much more than a huge, double-stack magazine capacity, the new Remington RP9 embodies our engineers’ commitment to shootability — designed end-to-end to deliver a level of shooter control and accuracy superior to every full-sized polymer-framed handgun on the market. So much so, it’d be a design marvel with a fraction of the capacity, but with 18+1 rounds at your absolute command, it equips you for the most demanding personal defense scenarios.

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Action Type: Striker Fired
Barrel Length: 4.5"
Capacity: 18+1-Round
Cartridge: 9 mm Luger
Finish: Black
Front Sight: Fixed
Length: 7.91"
Magazine Included: 2 x 18-Round
Magazine Type: Removable
Muzzle: Plain
Rear Sight: Fixed
Stock Material: Polymer
Weight: 1.65 lbs
Made in the USA

SKU#: 96466

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Just buy a canik tp9 and people won’t laugh at you...

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Not for 2.69! Ugliest and goofiest looking gun on the planet. Even worse than pics in person if you haven't seen. All I can say is make sure the range is empty before taking this bad boy out.

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I think the ugly award would go to the Hi-Point pistols!

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Hands down High Point.

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Definitely inspired by a dildo

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Big green done gone to shit....

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For $40 more, I'll take the M&P 9 1.0.

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Maybe I got lucky, but no issues here. Got mine when they had that rebate during Christmas of '17. If anyone that dont want theirs, send em my way. Ill take them. Email me, since this damn app doesnt allow me to PM people.
Tranquocduy92@yahoo.com

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Try extracting the mag by pressing the mag release button after emptying a mag either by firing it or hand cycling and let me know if the mag falls freely or if you must pull it off with your fingers

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I like to protect my life on a budget XD

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I'd carry a hi-point, a spork and a glow stick for my EDC before leave the house unarmed.

No need to rag on the budget shoppers. Everyone starts somewhere.

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True story. Some folks need to learn to not be shitty to those less fortunate.

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agreed on not being shitty to others because everyone doesn't have a "insert your favorite $500+ pistol here" type budget.

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Mine was a jam-a-matic. Couldn't run through a mag clean.

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Read my review below and possible solutions to some of the many problems this Remington Gun has.

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Great price.

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I have one and it runs all types of ammo. Would never pay $300 for it though. I keep it in the truck.

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Try extracting the mag by pressing the mag release button after emptying a mag either by firing it or hand cycling and let me know if the mag falls freely or if you must pull it off with your fingers

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This is my updated review of two Remington guns, the RP9 and the RP45.

First of all, the RP9 did give me nothing but trouble the first time I took it to the range, jam after jam after jam.

At a later date at home, I took the slide off and started to inspect the gun closely, I noticed that the RP9 had very rough rail guides on the frame, which will inevitably cause more drag on the slide as it would cycle, so I took some Mothers Mag and Aluminum Polish and fixed that by polishing the rail guides to a nice smooth and shinny surface, the slide cycled by hand very smoothly afterwards.

There were three other problems, many times the round (9mm) would nose dive as it was being pushed by the slide into the chamber and the tip of the bullet would get jammed between the bottom edge of the feed ramp and the magazine follower, I fixed that by removing the magazine spring and by bending the last top loop of the spring up a bit from its mid point, causing extra upwards pressure under the front part of the magazine follower in order to help alleviate the nose dive problem; bending up that section of the mag spring seems to have fixed the nose dive issue; by the way, that should also work on any mag of any gun that you might be experiencing nose dive issues with.

The other problem was that after shooting the last round and with the slide locked back, pressing the mag release button would not release the magazine, because apparently the metal tab that pushes down on the mag follower is too short and jumps off the follower as the Gun shakes violently with every bullet fired; so the way I fixed that was by adding four layers of painters blue tape to the back of the mag top side, so that the mag would move forward just enough to prevent the metal tab from falling off the mag follower, that’s the second issue I had with the Remington mags.

The last issue I noticed and which I was not able to correct, is that when the guns (both, RP9 and RP45) have a round in the chamber and a full mag inserted in, and the slide is racked back approximately one inch, the slide will not return to full battery, it takes a good push to force the slide back to full battery.

It seems to me that most of the problems that I experienced with the RP9 can be attributed directly to the magazines (the nose dives and not releasing the mag when pressing the mag release button), had Remington spent a little bit of time making sure that the measurements were exact on the mags, Remington would have produced a very nice gun, because the second time that I took the Gun (RP9) to the range, it ran flawlessly and out of several guns that I tried that day, the RP9 had the best results by making a ragged hole on the target less than 2” in diameter at 10 yards.

There were two other problems related to the gun, and that was the rough finish on the rail guides that are attached to the frame, and which I fixed by polishing, NOT sanding; and the second problem which I’m still facing is of the slide remaining out of battery when Gun is loaded with a round in chamber, a full mag, and the slide is racked back about 1” and then released.

The Remington RP45 compared with the RP9, ran well the first time at the range; if I recall correctly, I had one feeding issue but that was it, if I get more feeding issues with the RP45 I’ll add a few layers of blue painters tape to the back top side of the mag to make it move forward when it sits in the Gun, just as I did with the RP9, and will bend up at the mid section the last top loop of the mag spring.

I did not polished the rail guides located on the frame on the Gun RP45, and the roughness of those rail guides did not affect the cycling of the slide as it did with the 9mm, most likely because the .45 ACP moves the slide back after firing a round with more power than it does with the 9mm; the 9mm had very rough rail guides before I polished them, and the extra friction was probably not allowing the slide to fully cycle, creating lots of friction and jams in the slide the first time I went to the range.

Final thoughts, both guns ( RP9 and RP45 ) work, the 9mm required three modifications to make it run well, the .45 ran well without any modifications, but I would not carry any one of them because of their huge size and weight, and because of the initial failures I experienced specially with the RP9, the only way I would ever carry either one, would be after 500 rounds failure free, and if the out of battery problem fixed itself with usage, then and only then would I start to consider it at least for home defense.

I hope this will help anyone who might be thinking of buying the RP9 or RP45 as a CCW or for home protection.

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Nice write up. Thanks!

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I was exited to get mine, took it to the range with 115gr and maybe 2 or 3 out of the whole mag were shot trouble free, what a disappointment. Also noticed that after emptying mag, the mag will not drop because the mag release tab inside jumps off or drops of the magazine and doesn’t push it down and out when pressings the mag release button, I have to pull with some effort the mag out with my fingers. This 9mm Gun was originally designed to be originally a .45 and Remington just changed mag and barrel to also turn it into a 9mm Gun, not a bright idea.

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Hey an it still sucks as a 45 ACP Pistol. It still has the same issues

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That’s because it’s a Remington LOL

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I'm all here on a budget wanting to get a low cost 1911 or XDM 45 or a G21 then I seen this in 45 . I'm all oohh sh!!!t , I'm a see how she runs. It was a really big let down I'ma see if I can get a good deal on a used G21sf

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If you don’t mind .40 caliber, this Police traded in Glock 22 GEN4 with 3 mags and night sight is a great Gun at $330 including shipping https://www.smga.com/p-130645-police-trade-in-glock-22-gen-4-with-nights...

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SMGA has crap for Glock 22 police trade-in, the pistols look like shit

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New Smith and Wesson M and P 45, with night sights , and 3 mags, $400 plus shipping
https://www.kingsfirearmsonline.com/products/handguns-smith-wesson-30770...

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Police trade in Glock 21SF one mag only and night sights, $400. https://www.recoilgunworks.com/glock-night-sights-very-good-condition-p-...

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This American Classic 1911s are built in the Philippines and are very nice for the price if you really want a 1911. This one is $490 plus shipping. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/780637786

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This Springfield XD Mod2 in .45ACP is $377 including shipping and it’s just as good as a Glock 21.
https://grabagun.com/sph-xdg-mod-2-45acp-4-13rd-1.html?utm_medium=Email&...

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The internal tab attached to the slide lock/release lever, which pushes down on the magazine jumps off (moves too far forward) and no longer will push the mag out after emptying a mag and pressing the mag release button

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Poor Remington someone already put it down like an old dog. It's not the same as it use to be

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Yup, this must be gun.deals. 56 up votes and nothing but negative reviews. How does that work?

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Yeah 300 is a cheap 9mm I get it but I mean really another 100 and you can buy some Rock solid proven guns that just don't fail. I don't even get the slight interest in this.

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6 months update: got 300 rounds through mine and after a rough start it's been good. Seems to like 124 grain stuff better than 115. Grip is comfortable, recoil minimal, a fun range gun. For $190 last Black Friday it was a great buy!

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Same for me had some ftf&fte in first couple hundred after some cleaning and polishing she runs fine come on guys it's a 250$ gun guess I got a good one no problems here.

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What's oos?

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Had mine for a couple years, no issues with 300 rounds. Don't listen to the bandwagon haters!

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So I actually own one of these, got it a few months ago around this price. I liked the hand feel (I have pretty big hands). It was unreliable the first couple times I used it. But after breaking it in and cleaning it really well, it's been rock solid. Even using cheap steel /aluminum case ammo, it works without any problems. I've probably put ~800-900 rounds through it and it hasn't had any problems after the first 100 ish.

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A potato is a more reliable gun than the RP9. Remington’s quality and engineering went down the toilet

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Your comment is ignorant, stop watching you tube videos from people with an agenda. Buy the gun and try it for yourself. It has a lifetime warranty, I mean damn already! Stop following other people and think for yourself.

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So, by your logic, everyone should buy every gun, even if it is reported by everyone to be a pos.

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If you are interested in it yes. If you arent dont.

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I wouldn't want one if they were free.

Well I could sell it for a profit if it were free but then how would I live with myself knowing someone might trust there life to this POS?

Oh.. The RM380 is a decent gun.. I own one.. But not this POS

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Here is my take on rp9. I checked out the rp9 at local gunshow over weekend. Sadly the feel and the workmanship is nothing expected for this price range. Taurus produced a much more competitive product for less money. Remington needs to step up their game!

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Anyone submitted their rebate form? Sent mine about 2 weeks back. Still showing as wanting for submission.

https://eur01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Freming...

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My rebate for the RM380 shows the rather bizarre line "Your registration has been completed and we are waiting to receive the corresponding mail". They list the tracking number that is posted when I put my info in, so they aren't 'waiting to receive' anything.. I guess they think that cryptic (or even flat out false) messages buy them more time.

I think I'll receive the rebate by late December as that would be a typical rebate wait time. If I don't have it by Christmas, I'll take action with the credit card company or the merchant.

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