Tag Archive: Diamondback Firearms

Jun 03

Diamondback DB FS Nine Review

Jeff Quinn reviews the Diamondback DB FS Nine, a double-action, striker-fired 9mm pistol with polymer double stack frame with a stainless steel slide. The 9mm ammunition used during testing is from Lehigh Defense and Buffalo Bore. Diamondback DB FS Nine Specs: Item Number: DB9FS Caliber: 9x19MM Length: 7.8” Height: 5.6” Width: 1” Barrel Length: 4.75” Distance Between …

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Jan 22

2015 SHOT Show – Day 2

From the 2015 SHOT Show, Jeff Quinn gives us a look at new products from Smith & Wesson, Remington, Cimarron, Tactical Solutions, American Tactical, Colt, Marlin, Sig Sauer, Weatherby, DPMS, Diamondback, Taylor’s & Co, Lipsey’s, Century Arms, North American Arms, Ruger, Advanced Armament, Beretta, Davidson’s, Taurus, and Preseasoned Duckshot. For more information on the Happy …

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Aug 14

Diamondback DB FS Nine

A review of the Diamondback DB FS Nine pistol, including range demo. Diamondback DB FS Nine Specs: Item Number: DB9FS Caliber: 9x19MM Length: 7.8” Height: 5.6” Width: 1” Barrel Length: 4.75” Distance Between Sights: 6.25” Weight (unloaded): 21.5 oz Trigger Pull: ≈5.5# Magazine Capacity: 15+1 Rds UPC: 815875017486

May 25

Diamondback DB380SL

Straight from the box, the first 25 rounds from a Diamondback DB380SL. Diamondback Firearms is proud to present the DB380SL. A micro-compact .380 automatic pistol made entirely in the USA. Designed with safety in mind, the DB380SL features a “ZERO-Energy” striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine catch to secure …

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Apr 29

Top 5 Handguns for Female Shooters

Eric and Chad give their list of top 5 handguns for female shooters. Their list includes the Ruger LCP with LaserMax laser, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield, Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 38,  Diamondback DB9, and SCCY CPX-2. Ruger LCP Specs: Caliber: .380 Auto Capacity: 6+1 Sights: Fixed Length: 5.16″ Width: 0.82″ Height: 3.60″ Weight: 9.40 oz. Barrel …

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