Posted March 14, 2019 6:00 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

The Laugo Alien is no longer vaporware but still isn’t available in the U.S…yet. (Photos: Laugo Arms)
Czech gun company Laugo Arms has transitioned their flagship Alien pistol from prototype to production and it has been approved this month for competition use. The company announced their official worldwide release date for the high-end competition gun at the IWA exhibition in Germany this month.
Currently, a limited run of 500 pistols is slated to be produced in 2019 as Laguo spins up to full-scale production on what is expected to be a $3K-ish standard model. Subsequently, the International Practical Shooting Confederation entered the gun on their list of approved models in Production Divison events.
The Alien has what is billed as the lowest bore axis in a production handgun
The innovative-looking handgun, which shares a somewhat intentional likeness to the Xenomorph extraterrestrial in Ridley Scott’s Alien series, has garnered a lot of international buzz in the past several weeks. The 9mm semi-auto has what is billed as the lowest bore axis available on a handgun, with the positioning of its fixed barrel some 1.7mm below the line of the grip axis. With an overall length of 8.5-inches, the Alien yields a 7.3-inch sight radius and

Source: Guns.com

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