The Remington RM380 is a semiauto pistol built on a subcompact aluminum frame and chambered in .380 ACP. Other features include:
- A locked breech action;
- a double-action-only trigger;
- a flush-fit spurless hammer;
- a 410 stainless steel barrel;
- a dual recoil spring system;
- an extended beavertail;
- a low-profile slide stop that holds open on the last round;
- an ambidextrous magazine release;
- glass-filled nylon, removeable/replaceable grips;
- a checkered front strap;
- a trigger guard undercut;
- fixed sights;
- wide, angled cocking serrations; and
- two six-round magazines (one flush fit and one with an extended floor plate).
Remington reportedly based the RM380 closely on the Rohrbaugh Firearms 380 (Remington bought Rohrbaugh last year). The Rohrbaugh 380 and its R9 sibling were apparently themselves derived from Seecamp pocket pistols.
No word yet on when the RM380 will hit stores.
|.380 ACP||6+1||5.27″||2.9″||n/a||3.86″||12.2 oz. w/out mag|
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