Springfield Armory engineered the original EMP specifically for the smaller 9mm and .40 S&W, and it’s earned a reputation for being one of the most shootable compact pistols ever.
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The all-new EMP 4” Lightweight Champion offers a longer 4-inch barrel that offers a longer sight radius for more practical accuracy as well as added velocity to your ammunition.
The new Springfield is also half an inch taller, providing plenty of room for a strong and positive grip.
Some of the Springfield EMP’s features include a fiber-optic front sight; a two-dot, low-profile combat rear sight; an ambidextrous safety; a match-grade barrel; Posi-Lock grip texturing on the frontstrap and a 10+1 capacity in 9mm.
As for looks, the newest model has cocobolo grip panels, a stainless steel slide and a black anodized aluminum or carbon-steel Armory Koted frame.
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The EMP 4” Lightweight Champion’s size makes it ideal for home defense, concealed carry or a little fun at the range.
For more information on the EMP 4” Lightweight Champion and other products from Springfield, please visit springfield-armory.com.
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