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Posted on 03/26/2020 by Pew Pew Guru LLC

The Springfield Armory Hellcat—In Review


The Springfield Armory Hellcat—In Review

The Springfield Armory Hellcat—In Review


For a micro 9mm, it's by far the best I have encountered. 

I am an FFL, so I come across a lot of guns, either selling them or handling transfers for my customers. I am a concealed carry instructor and teach group classes. My students bring in every imaginable brand, model, and caliber to use on the range. So it is safe to say, I see my fair share of guns. 

 I’ll keep it short and sweet. Here’s what I loved about the Hellcat. Please find the full review here at PewPewGuru.com. 

The grip was my favorite thing. I liked the full-fisted grip. I'm not a fan of dangling digits on most micros.

 I loved how the Hellcat shot at the range. it's extremely accurate. I shot at 5 yards, 7 yards and 10 yards, the typical self-defense distances. All of my shot groupings were tight. The recoil was very manageable. The follow-up shots were smooth and accurate.

 The Trigger break is really good. Springfield lists it at 5.7 pounds.

The U-notched rear sight, combined with the Ameriglo Pro-Glo makes it easy and fast to acquire your target. These sights make it easy to double-tap and get consistent follow-up shots.

Magazine Capacity. Usually going with a micro, the tradeoff is going small for rounds in the magazine. I used the 13 + 1 extended mag and felt perfectly prepared for whatever might come.

 The ergonomics. When you get your hands on one, you'll get it. 

The Concealability. This is one of the most concealable guns on the market. Its slim, weight is manageable at 22-24 ounces depending on the magazine choice, 11-round or 13 round.  

 The Hellcat delivers on all fronts and a game-changer in the micro-compact field. This gun delivers the goods. The Hellcat is the real deal.

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Note: This post contains affiliate links, which means if you buy the product I may receive some monetary compensation. I only recommend products I use and love!

One last thought, if you conceal carry, you need the USCCA liability products.


To Conclude, in Review is just a snippet of the full review found on Pew Pew Guru.com, for a more comprehensive read, check out the full review here.


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