To say the term “tactical” is overused in the firearms industry is something of an understatement. Google’s dictionary defines the word as, ” showing adroit planning; aiming at an end beyond the immediate action.” By that definition, adding “tactical” to the name of the Tisas USA PX-9 isn’t out of place.
This pistol’s features makes it ready or adaptable to a wide range of uses, and with 27 possible grip configurations it’s ready for just about anyone’s hand. Dropping it on the US market for around $400 is a, well, tactical strike by Tisas on the status quo with the potential to either force the competition to adjust, or watch sales slip as consumers choose more gun for less money.
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