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The unprecedented demand for firearms over the past two years has strained manufacturing capacity. Nevertheless, in 2022 retailers will see new models.
If there’s a term that can describe the industry’s focus in the past year, it’s “supply chain issues.” These range from the availability and cost of raw materials and parts to building sufficient firearms to maintain inventory at the retail level. That’s one reason retailers saw so few new products released in 2021. It’s difficult to stop or reduce production of core products to begin production of a new firearm when demand is so high for existing products. But in 2022, retailers will begin to see more new models hit the market. Many of these will be line extensions, but there are a few surprises that should whet the appetite of your customers. Here are some of the highlights.
When introduced in 2020, the American Tactical FXH-45 Moxie boasted a patented polymer frame with two metal inserts for added stability and durability. It also featured a 4140 steel slide with a Parkerized finish. The frame was built to have an ergonomic feel with built-in finger grooves. For 2022, this model will be joined by the new, slightly smaller FXH Moxie 1911 Commander in .45 ACP. The polymer frame has black polymer grips, and the slide is phosphate finished. Comes with one eight-round magazine and front and rear sights. Barrel length is 4.25 inches and weight is 1.2 pounds without the magazine. Available in black or FDE. SRP: $459.95. Booth #72405
A leader in the derringer space, Bond Arms has found success with an economical interpretation of an existing design. The Roughneck series of derringers are similar in appearance to the well-known Bond Arms Backup models, but are more affordable. For 2022, the Roughneck will be available in a recoil-friendly .380 ACP. The very concealable gun has a barrel length of only 2.5 inches. SRP: $269. Booth #72617
A boutique 1911 manufacturer known for memorable handguns, Cabot Guns is adding the new Apocalypse model to its list of exclusive hardware. This 1911 is built as a dedicated self-defense gun. A Damascus finish on the deeply etched steel slide ensures that each Apocalypse pistol has a unique appearance. Buyers can select a Government or Commander size and opt for 9mm or .45 ACP chambering, a standard or threaded barrel, and standard- or suppressor-height sights. Cabot has engineered a low-set optics mount that allows for a solid optics mount that accommodates a lower-third co-witness with the standard sights. There is a 12- to 18-month waiting period for this made-to-order firearm. Every Cabot Gun carries a sub-1.5-inch group at 25 yards accuracy guarantee. SRP: starts at $7,495. Booth #41807
Competition-specialized pistol line extensions are on trend, and CZ-USA is no exception with the P-10 F, the latest addition to the popular P-10 striker-fired handgun series. The P-10 F is made for fast, flat shooting, with a long slide that has numerous lightening cuts. Apex Tactical components are featured heavily throughout the P-10 F, and CZ adopted its extended magazine catch, extended slide stop, and back-slide cover to the new model. The trigger is sourced from HB Industries. Gold-tone accents are found on the barrel, trigger and magazine base. SRP: $999. Booth #12654
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