Summary: The description, specs, pricing and photos of the Hudson H9A pistol.
The Hudson H9A is a striker-fired semiauto pistol built on an aluminum frame with a forged stainless steel slide, and chambered in 9mm. The H9A is very similar to its predecessor, the H9, which features a forged steel frame (Hudson says the two pistols remain roughly 85% alike). Other differences include:
- A slightly different slide geometry;
- polymer grip panels instead of G10 VZ grips;
- a fiber-optic front sight instead of Trijicon HD; and
- an optional threaded barrel.
Features found in both reportedly still include:
- A stainless steel barrel;
- a stainless steel chassis insert;
- a low-mount guide rod and recoil spring inside the full-height dust cover to lower the bore axis;
- a 1911-style, straight-pull trigger with a short, tactile reset and a 4.5–5 lb. pull;
- an internal trigger safety (you can also buy the pistol without this safety);
- an optional thumb safety for left-hand, right-hand or ambidextrous shooters;
- a flat beavertail grip;
- an ambidextrous slide release;
- a reversible magazine release;
- an accessory rail;
- frontstrap and backstrap checkering;
- angled cocking serrations front and rear;
- a dovetailed Trijicon HD front sight;
- a dovetailed, notch, two-dot rear sight;
- a black finish; and
- a double-stack magazine.
|9mm||15+1||7.625″||4.28″||1.24″||5.225″||26 oz. unloaded|
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On camera: Check out The Firearm Blog’s video of the H9A at SHOT Show 2018.