Comment(s)

With the Remington R51, the company has decided to look to their past for a new concealed-carry handgun.

Originally made from 1918 to 1927, this new version of the R51 is a single-action only (SAO), hammer fired, semi-automatic pistol with a grip safety and fixed barrel. Thanks to a redesigned Pedersen locking-block mechanism, the new R51 is chambered for 9mm +P with a 7+1 round capacity. The Pedersen breechblock operates with a combination of straight blowback and locked breech in what could be described as delayed blowback.

Click here to see more of Jorge Amselle’s gun review on PersonalDefenseWorld.com.

Up Next

Urban/Rural SERT Specialists

Fauquier County cops keep the peace when trouble appears at the edges of D.C.’s urban...