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The GP6 follows a more classic polymer frame design. This double-action (DA/SA) hammer-fired pistol is in the same category as the Beretta PX4 and and Fabrique Nationale FNP, in operation, performance and price. It even uses a rotating barrel system like the PX4. But, unlike its peers the GP6 does not have interchangeable palmswells. Other features of the GP6 are a fixed 3 dot sight system, ambi-thumb safeties, an ambi–slide release and an integrated accessory rail.
This cartridge was introduced along with the Luger semi-automatic pistol. The pistol and cartridge was first adopted by the German Navy in 1904 and then by the German Army in 1908. This cartridge has since been adopted by the military of practically every non-Communist power. It has become the most popular and widely-used handgun cartridge in the world. Performance wise, the 9 mm cartridge has somewhat more power than the .38 Special but falls well short of the .357 Magnum.
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