Ed Brown Products launched the EVO-E9 as the second model in the company's Evolution Series of pistols. The E9 is optimized for 9mm and is smaller, thinner and lighter than its predecessor, the Executive Commander. Each EVO-E9 has a classic two-tone finish and 25 LPI checkering on both the front strap and mainspring housing and is fitted with a fully machined and blended one-piece magwell. The one-piece design was engineered with a slim profile while still offering an exceptional opening for speedy mag changes.
“Ed Brown Products continues to be a leader in the industry," said Sales and Marketing Director John May. "This is another example of how we keep moving ahead and making better products for our customers and offering them a better value at the same time. Just one more reason, if you haven’t looked at Ed Brown in a while, it is time to look again.”
Taking advantage of modern design improvements and techniques, the E9 features an external extractor, an easily replaceable front sight, smaller ledge-style rear sight, bull barrel and flat-wire recoil spring system. The slide is shortened to 4 inches and substantially thinned for weight reduction and a slimmer profile. A unique seven-stop custom slide cut and special front and rear serrations look great and also add functionality. A recessed slide stop and exclusive Labyrinth grips round out the features on this custom pistol.
The EVO-E9 is hand-built from fully machined components, loaded with custom features, and backed by a written lifetime warranty. Built in small, custom batches, using all latest in machining equipment allows the EVO-E9 to be offered at the very attractive price of just $2,295, making it one of the best values found in hand-crafted custom handguns. Each model in the Evolution Series is built with a pre-selected number of features, allowing the company to reduce prices through batch-manufacturing processes.
For more information on the E9, or any pistols from the Evolution Series, please check with your local Ed Brown Products Dealer or visit edbrown.com.