First Look: SDS Imports PX9-G2 Pistol

posted on August 8, 2021

SDS Imports, a leader in quality imported firearm products, is releasing its highly-anticipated PX9-G2 pistol. The PX9-G2 is designed to replace the successful PX9 and offers a host of upgrades to meet the needs of today’s shooters.

SDS executive David Fillers stated that “we’ve worked closely with Tisas, the manufacturer of the PX9, to develop the G2 version for the U.S. market, and look forward to continuing this partnership and building on the success of the original PX9." 

The PX9-G2 builds on the reliable design of the Gen 1 PX9. The 9 mm hammer forged barrel and slide of the pistol come standard with a polymer frame, adjustable sights and forward slide serrations. The PX9-G2 uses a variety of industry-standard accessories such as S&W M&P 2.0-style sight dovetails and SIG P226 magazines, ensuring that you'll never reach the end of what you can do with this gun.

There is a short length of Picatinny rail underneath the frame of the PX9-G2 that lets you mount a light, laser or other similar accessory. The safety and magazine release are both ambidextrous for ease of use. The interchangeable side panels and backstraps of the PX9-G2 can be customized to fit any shooter to allow for up to 27 different grip configurations. Shooters also have the option of removing the magazine well from the pistol, giving you even more ways to tailor the PX9-G2 your exact specifications.

The SDS PX9-G2 ships with two 18-round magazines, cleaning kit, a paddle-style belt holster and an owner’s manual in a lockable hard case.

SDS PX9-G2 Features

  • Polymer frame w/ integrated M1913 rail
  • Customizable grip w/ interchangeable side panels & backstrap
  • 18-round standard capacity magazines
  • Two magazines & speed loader included
  • Adjustable rear sight (S&W dovetail cut)
  • Removable magazine well
  • Paddle/belt holster included
  • Hammer forged frame & slide


MSRP for the PX9-G2 is $379.95, and for more information on this pistol or other SDS products, please visit 


man drawing revolver from holster
man drawing revolver from holster

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