Hudson H9 – Heard of it?

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The Hudson H9 is a semi-automatic pistol made by Hudson Manufacturing which was introduced in January 2017, featuring a M1911 straight pull trigger and a low bore axis. Its main physical characteristic is the frame which extends down in front of the trigger guard, which contains the recoil spring.

The striker-fired pistol chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum made its debut at the 2017 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada after three years of development.

It is designed for a 15-round double-stack magazine, plus one round in the chamber.

The suggested retail price is $1,147.


In an interview, CEO Cy Hudson said the location of the recoil spring down in front of the trigger guard was designed to give the gun “a high grip purchase — what most people call a low bore axis — that’s really close to the slide. Your barrel is right above your grip, and the recoil impulse from that recoil spring is directed into the meat of your hand. “This type of feature leads to less felt recoil and muzzle rise when shooting.