Remington Introduces the RM380 Executive

Huntsville, AL – Remington introduces Model RM380 Executive, an all-metal, micro pistol designed for concealed carry.

A tough, all-metal construction for ultimate durability and longevity, the RM380 also features the longest barrel in its class to maximize muzzle velocity and bullet expansion, while facilitating shooting precision and accuracy.  Weighing just 12.2 ounces unloaded and measuring just 5 ¼ inches long, the RM380 is easy for anyone to carry unobtrusively, and with an extended beavertail grip, it facilitates a smooth draw even in suboptimal conditions.

The RM380 also features a light and smooth double-action-only trigger, fully functional low profile slide stop, light slide racking force, and an ambidextrous magazine release. The replaceable grip panels allow for customization while the optimized grip angle allows for greater shootability and comfort.

Model RM380 Key Features and Benefits:
• Fully Functional Slide Stop – holds open on last round
• Chambered in .380 Auto
• All-Metal Construction – for durability and longevity (7075 Aluminum Frame)
• 410 Stainless Steel Barrel – longest barrel in its class
• Precise Barrel to Slide Lock-Up – for accuracy and precision
• Long, Smooth, Light DAO Trigger – for safety and shootability
• Fully Ambidextrous, Low Profile Magazine Release
• Checkered Front Strap and Trigger Guard Undercut – allows for improved control and higher hand hold
• Optimized Grip Angle – for comfort, recoil management, and increased shootability
• Extended Beavertail – protects hand and promotes correct grip when drawing in suboptimal conditions
• Grip Panels – Laminate Macassar
• (2)  6+1 Magazines – one extended floor plate and one flush
• Wide, Positive Cocking Serrations
• Rugged Fixed Sights – contoured to be snag free
• Light Dual Recoil Spring system – for easy slide racking and lifetime use

9 Responses to “Remington Introduces the RM380 Executive”

  1. Brent R. says:

    Looks like a slightly redesigned Rohrbaugh R9.

    • JimC says:

      It is, Remington bought the company, made it 380 and reworked it. Waiting for them to produce a 9mm version

      • Alpha2 says:

        You’re better off buying an original Rohrbaugh in 9mm instead of a Remington with its questionable engineering on pistols lately.

  2. Sean C says:

    Honestly pretty hard to trust Remington based on their recent past performance with handguns..

  3. rearmount says:

    Profile has some Walther PPK vibes to it. And concur with Sean’s comment above…

  4. Marcus says:

    Debate about .380 vs 9mm for another day, my P365 is only 5.6 ounces heavier, .53 inches longer and it’s 10+1. It’s also provides incredible control for a 9mm in that size.

    Still a nice entry by Remington though.

  5. Gerard says:

    Remington bought the Rohrbaugh company and basically redesigned the pistol down to a 380 and took away the features of the original pistol that the late Jim Cirillo called ‘the greatest backup gun in the world’. Leave it to Remington to ruin something so interesting.

    • Joe says:

      Once upon a time PSA had the regular version for $99 with rebate, but good luck with Remington rebates.