SAR Arms B6P 9MM Review
The SAR Arms B6P is the ultimate handgun designed for price, safety, and comfort. Designed after the already comfortable CZ-75, SAR Arms altered the design slightly to make it fit nicer in the average hand, and also used a polymer material for the frame to lessen the weight of the firearm. Just like the CZ-75, the B6P features the slimline slide to take away some of the weight and because of the lightweight polymer frame the gun is top heavy when unloaded. However, as soon as there are rounds in the magazine, the SAR Arms B6P has great balance that allows the user to shoot accurately with speed. With the 4.5″ barrel, the B6P can be easily concealed and could also be used as a great home defense firearm with it’s (15+1) capacity.
SAR ARMS B6P 9MM FEATURES
Some of the external firearm features are:
- Right handed external manual safety
- Slide release (also right handed)
- Double and single action hammer
- Right handed magazine release
Although the SAR Arms B6P 9MM may seem like a bulky firearm at first glance, the external features are designed to make operation as seamless as possible. The safety, slide and magazine release protrude enough to be to be easily utilized, but do not stick out enough to get snagged when it counts the most.
SAR ARMS B6P 9MM: BEST “BANG” FOR YOUR BUCK
Pun intended. The B6P 9mm is reliable, accurate, light weight and very affordable. The CZ-75 has an MSRP of $499 where as the SAR Arms B6P 9mm is $386 (available from us for $322). CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW TO BUY A GUN FROM US ONLINE.
B6P 9MM: ADD THIS AWESOME GUN TO YOUR COLLECTION TODAY!
This is a very comfortable firearm for everyone to handle!
SAR ARMS B6P 9MM: FAQS
- What is the capacity of the SAR Arms B6P 9mm?
The SAR Arms B6P 9mm has a 16 round capacity with 15 in the magazine and 1 in the chamber.
- What is the size and weight of the gun?
The SAR Arms B6P 9mm weighs 25.2 ounces, has a barrel length of 4.5 inches and an overall length of 7.4 inches.
B6P 9MM TEAR DOWN & DISASSEMBLY
The B6P 9mm tear down & disassembly isn’t the easiest. While the tear down is arguable easier to tear down or disassemble than a Walther P22, it is certainly not as easy as a Glock. Here are the steps to disassemble the Sar Arms B6P: