Cosaint Arms New 2011 CP Series
North Carolina's Cosaint Arms has been cranking out double stack 2011 style pistols for a minute and their new model, dubbed the CP series, uses a "uniquely designed" ported slide, and barrel that sort of resembles the integrated comps seen on new pistols from Sig.
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North Carolina’s Cosaint Arms has been cranking out double stack 2011 style pistols for a minute and their new model, dubbed the CP series, uses a “uniquely designed” ported slide, and barrel that sort of resembles the integrated comps seen on the Sig Sauer P365 XMacro Comp and P320 AXG Comp.
The CP series includes an optic-ready design with a cover plate, ambi-safety, aluminum frame, and a standard Cerakote finish. The series is available in compact size (CS), mid-size (MS), and full-size (FS) options with the standard COS21-CPFS chambered in 9mm with a magazine capacity of 20+1 rounds.
“We are super excited to offer this pistol series to the industry,” says Greg Mooney, President of Cosaint Arms. “The ported slide and barrel really make a huge difference in target acquisition and keeping the handgun on target at a rate of 20-30% more effectively during firing. This equals better performance and really gives the shooter a strong advantage compared to the traditional barrel and slide design.”
No price is available, and the pistol isn’t listed on Cosaint’s website yet.