SDS Imports Launches the Zigana PX-9 G2

The new SDS Imports 9mm semi-auto pistol has some impressive features, which we will address shortly. But before we get into all of the details — this second-gen pistol takes Sig P226 mags. 

Sig P226 mags

One of the most notable features of this model is that it takes Sig 226-style magazines. Like these.

PX-9 G2 Details

The 2nd Gen Zigana PX-9 is updated with improved ergonomics and a grip that can be customized with different-sized side panels and back straps (included with the gun). It also has a magwell that can be left in for easier reloading, or removed for better concealability. The safety and mag release are both ambidextrous. Other features include a light rail, adjustable sights, a one-piece trigger, a 4-inch hammer-forged barrel, and the gun ships with two 18-round mags.

Unlike the original model that only had a front post night sight this is the Gen 2 model with full night sights front and rear as a standard feature. The rear sight on this model is adjustable.

 

SDS Imports PX-9 G2 adjustable sights, S&W M&P 2.0-style sight dovetails

The PX9-G2 makes use of industry-standard accessories, such as S&W M&P 2.0-style sight dovetails.

 

SDS Imports Zigana PX-9 G2 removable magwell

The gun comes with a removable magwell.

SDS Imports Zigana PX-9 G2 side panels, back straps, magazines, and holster

The PX9-G2 can be customized to fit with interchangeable side panels and backstraps which allow 27 different grip configurations, and users have the option of using the removeable magazine well.

 

SDS Imports Zigana PX9 G2 9mm

An ambidextrous frame-mounted safety comes standard on this model, and the enlarged trigger guard makes it easier to shoot while wearing gloves.

SDS executive David Fillers stated that “We’ve worked closely with Tisas, the manufacturer of the PX9’s, to develop the G2 version for the US market, and look forward to continuing this partnership and building on the success of the original PX9”.

Here’s how it’s described in the official press release:

SDS Imports, a leader in quality imported firearm products, announced the much-anticipated release of the PX9-G2 pistol. Designed to replace the highly successful PX9, the PX9-G2 offers a host of upgrades to meet the needs of today’s shooters.

Building on the reliable design of the Gen 1, the PX9-G2’s 9mm hammer forged barrel and slide come standard with a polymer frame, adjustable sights, and forward slide serrations. The PX9-G2 makes use of industry-standard accessories, such as S&W M&P 2.0-style sight dovetails and Sig P226 magazines.

The PX9-G2 features a light rail, ambidextrous safeties and magazine release. The PX9-G2 can be customized to fit any shooter with interchangeable side panels and backstraps which allow 27 different grip configurations, and users have the option of using the removeable magazine well.

The SDS PX9-G2 ships with two (2) 18 round magazines, cleaning kit, holster and owner’s manual in a lockable hard case.

Zigana PX-9 Generation 2 Semi Automatic Pistol, 9mm

– Hammer Forged Frame & Slide
– Polymer Frame w/ Integrated M1913 Rail
– Customizable Grip w/ Interchangeable Side Panels & Backstrap, Offering 27 Grip Configurations
– 18rd. Standard Capacity Magazines, 2: Included w/ Loader (226 Pattern)
– Adjustable Rear Sight (S&W Dovetail Cut)
– Removable Magazine Well
– Paddle/Belt Holster Included

Oh, and did we mention, it takes Sig P226 mags? Like these:

Read more about the PX-9 G2 at SDS Imports.

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