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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkbeltfed View Post
    Quarterly bump, any news?
    Very soon. We will receive some of the first batch. MAP is $1274. Shoot us an e-mail to be notified when in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by C4IGrant View Post
    Pistol brace options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feline View Post
    Pistol brace options?
    None at this time. More than likely, whatever brace comes out will be around $200 +. So I would just form 1 it and buy the factory stock.



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    I'm really interested but I'm a little confused by these statements.

    "The GHM9 is not striker fired, has a traditional safety vs decocker, will have a threaded barrel in addition to the trilug, full length top rail, and one other surprise we are not ready to release yet. Price will be less, but quality will not be less...it will be on of our best values hands down"

    I take that to mean it's hammer fired with no decocker, right? Also it must be a large mass reciprocating bolt/slide?

    How good is the trigger?

    What is the "other surprise" they were referring to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waylander View Post
    I'm really interested but I'm a little confused by these statements.

    "The GHM9 is not striker fired, has a traditional safety vs decocker, will have a threaded barrel in addition to the trilug, full length top rail, and one other surprise we are not ready to release yet. Price will be less, but quality will not be less...it will be on of our best values hands down"

    I take that to mean it's hammer fired with no decocker, right? Also it must be a large mass reciprocating bolt/slide?

    How good is the trigger?

    What is the "other surprise" they were referring to?
    It is basically like the APC9 (with a safety). The KH9 had a decocker. The trigger is very good (especially for a SUB gun).

    We offer member discounts on them if interested.


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    Any news, updates, range reports on these yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodder636 View Post
    Any news, updates, range reports on these yet?
    What are you looking for? Any questions? There are several companies working on braces for them. Thatís about the only update that I know of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodder636 View Post
    Any news, updates, range reports on these yet?
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    B&T's NEW GHM9!

    Looks awesome but I'm not buying a gun that needs $70 magazines. I would want at least a dozen mags. That's $840!

    I still want one! I want a Rolex GMT Pepsi too.


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