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Remington Now Delivering The Re-Engineered, From The Ground Up, Model R51 Sub Compact Pistol

Remington R51

Huntsville, AL – Remington Arms Company, LLC, (“Remington”) is proud to announce today that the R51 has returned to the market. The new enhanced Model R51 is a concealed carry pistol based on the Pedersen design, heritage and memorable features of the original Remington Model 51.

Re-engineered from the ground up and extensively tested to deliver utmost reliability, the perfected R51 gets you on target faster and more intuitively than any other subcompact on the market. Add to that its dramatically reduced felt recoil and muzzle flip, and it’s exactly what you need to perform at your best when things are at their worst.

The R51 sub compact pistol features a lightweight aluminum frame with rounded edges for comfortable conceal carry, grip safety, low bore axis for reduced recoil/muzzle flip, concealed carry trigger (light/crisp/single action), light slide racking-force for ease of manipulation, ambidextrous magazine release, locking drift adjustable sights and optimized grip angle – making it extremely easy to point and shoot.

New enhancements on the Model R51 include superior slide performance with updated internals, precision-engineered extractor, locking snag-free sights, finely-tuned recoil spring, hard chromed barrel bushing, top-end single action trigger and two semi-flush 7 + 1 round magazine.

The Remington Model R51 is available chambered in 9mm Luger +P with a suggested retail price
of $448.00. In addition, the Model R51CT features a Crimson Trace laser sight with a suggested retail price of $648.00.


17 Responses to “Remington Now Delivering The Re-Engineered, From The Ground Up, Model R51 Sub Compact Pistol”

  1. Sean says:

    This time with feeling…

  2. PNWTO says:

    With the amount of vetted platforms already on the market… I see this selling really well to guys who use Uncle Mike’s holsters.

  3. John C says:

    That gun is about as attractive as Rosie O’donnell’s taint.

  4. bulldog76 says:

    i want the r 51 to succeed so bad … ya im a pedersen fanboi… but i got a feel remington has done mucked it up

  5. Bill says:

    Last I saw the R51 was anything but subcompact. How does the new one actually measure up?

  6. TexasKrypteia says:

    “Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?”

    I’ll pick one up. What the hell? A day spent at the range wringing a new gun out is like an extra day of life.

    • nonesuch says:

      If it hasn’t been used for 10 years by Delta Force most SSD readers laugh at it as they have no time for a range gun.

      • defensor fortismo says:

        The pedigree of the weapon worries me a lot less than the way the original version was sold without addressing any of the obvious problems in the design, the way Remington blatantly gamed the system, and tried to stifle any dissent from online critics. Maybe this will turn out to be the pocket rocket we’ve all been praying for, but I can get the same results from the shield in my pocket without the sour taste in my mouth.

  7. Gerard says:

    Remington as got to be kidding….

  8. Dellis says:

    I just picked up 2 Walther PPS M2’s and I am so impressed with this gun. It’s slim, well concealed, accurate, nice factory trigger and under $400!

    Can’t believe it’s not more popular? This Remington…not sure how it operates, it may be a fine piece but sure is ugly.

  9. Craig says:

    My pocket gun is usually my Keltec PF9. But this gun looks interesting. If it handles well and is cheaper than a Walther I may pick one up. Been looking for a replacement pocket gun for a while now.

  10. HTEngg says:

    Now if only HK would reintroduce the P7 staple gun…

    • jlegg says:

      HTE – you need to shut your mouth….everyone knows that Hk will only do that if they know their fans DO NOT!!!! want it!

  11. JLo says:

    Humm, I’ve seen this design before a long, long time ago….