Remington RM380

posted on April 13, 2015

At the NRA 144th Annual Meetings and exhibits, Remington introduced the RM380.

Model RM380 Key Features and Benefits:

  • Fully functional slide stop holds open on last round
  • Chambered in .380 ACP
  • All-metal construction for durability and longevity (7075 Aluminum Frame)
  • 410 Stainless steel barrel–longest barrel in its class
  • Precise barrel-to-slide lock-up for accuracy and precision
  • Long, smooth, light DAO trigger for safety and shootability
  • Fully ambidextrous, low profile magazine release
  • Checkered front strap and trigger guard undercut allows for improved control and higher hand hold
  • Optimized grip angle for comfort, recoil management, and increased shootability
  • Extended beavertail protects hand and promotes correct grip when drawing in suboptimal conditions
  • Replaceable grip panels for comfort and style upgrades
  • (2) 6+1 Magazines–one extended floor plate and one flush
  • Wide, positive cocking serrations
  • Rugged fixed sights–contoured to be snag free
  • Light dual recoil spring system for easy slide racking and lifetime use


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