Introducing the Rost Martin RM1C | WHAS24

SHOT SHOW 2024, LAS VEGAS, NV – One of the most exciting new introductions on the Show floor this year is the RM1C from Rost Martin. The flagship of the latest American-made firearms company based in Dallas, Texas, Rost Martin is challenging the standard for striker-fired compacts, with the 9mm RM1C.

This new entry into the personal defense marketing combines premium features at a competitive $459 MSRP. Boasting custom-grade details, it features a 4” hammer-forged barrel, aggressive slide serrations, ambidextrous mag release, and a crisp five-pound trigger pull with a short reset. Non-glare top slide serrations combat eye fatigue, enhancing sight clarity. The low bore axis and hammer-forged barrel ensure out-of-the-box accuracy and superior muzzle control. The Tenifer® treated slide provides anti-corrosion properties, ensuring durability in diverse weather conditions. This innovative pistol redefines compact firepower with precision, reliability, and affordability.

ROST MARTIN RM1C SPECIFICATIONS

MSRP: $459

COLOR: Black, Stone Gray, FDE

FRAME: Black polymer

GRIP WIDTH: 1.1″

LENGTH: 7.1″

SLIDE: Nitrocarburized steel slide

BARREL: 4″ hammer forged in 9mm

SIGHTS: Rear: Black serrated Front: White dot

MAGAZINES: (1) 15 – Round (1) 17 – Round

WEIGHT: 21.1 oz. with flush mag 21.5 oz. with extended mag

TRIGGER: 5 pounds, Double Action Striker (DAS)

HEIGHT: 5.0″ with flush mag 5.5″ with extended mag

OPTIC: Optics ready, RMR optics plate included with the gun

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