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The Hudson H9

Hudson Manufacturing has released a new gun with a new design. The concept being to take all the good stuff people like about 1911s (trigger and grip angle) and the good stuff people like about Glocks (everything else) and mashing them together to make one good one. With a low bore access (at first I thought that was a laser or some such):

Price seems a little high for the target market. I’d like to get my hands on one to play with.

9 Responses to “The Hudson H9”

  1. Kirkster Says:

    1150 is kind of creeping up on HundK prices…

  2. Kevin Baker Says:

    Axis. Low bore axis.

  3. Fred Says:

    Too bad on the price because I think they have winner on the concept for sure.

  4. HL Says:

    It weighs more than an FNX 45…it should come with a sling!

  5. Tim Says:

    Copying JMB (pbuh) *and* Mssr. Glock!!!!!11!!!

  6. Lyle Says:

    Will everyone love it or will all the Glock lovers hate it because it’s too 1911y and all the 1911 lovers hate it because it’s too Glocky?

    I already hate it because it’s too suck-upy, compromisey, and “can’t we all just get along”y. Trying to be everything to everyone usually ends up being nothing to everyone.

    Hey! It’s just like the Republican Party. “OK leftists, if you like Marxist authoritarian politicians and hate the constitution, we can totally be about Marxist authoritarian policies and against the constitution. We’re for EVERYONE.”

  7. Huck Says:

    It looks very interesting to me, a hardcore M1911A1 fanboi. However, it’s most likely not available in .45 ACP, and that’s the only round I like for autos. It most likely has a plastic lower also and that’s a big turn off for me too. (plastic = cheap junk to me) All steel for this ‘ol boy!

    I’d still try one out if I had a chance though.

  8. Tirno Says:

    Once the Hearing protection act passes, I wonder if this design can be merged with an integral suppressor like Silencerco’s Maxim 9? With the barrel that low, I’m thinking there isn’t the room for the tilting that the 1911 barrel does, which makes suppressing tricky.

  9. Kirkster Says:

    Huck, the manufacturer says metal lower…