IWI releases JGear kits for Jericho 941 pistol

IWI US gives consumers more bang for their buck with the JGear pistol kit, complete with Jericho 941 pistol.

In addition to the Jericho pistol, consumers get a lockable, custom carry case brimming with accessories to kick off any day at the range. Inside the JGear kit, shooters will find both a fully adjustable carry angle polymer paddle holster as well as a double magazine holster. In addition, the kit comes with a Maglula UpLula pistol magazine loader, safety lock, cleaning rod and brushes.

The included Jericho 941 comes fitted with Meprolight Tru-Dot Tritium night sights. Chambered in 9mm Para, the handgun by IWI features two 16 round magazines. The full size Jericho features an overall length of 8.2 inches with a 4.4 inch barrel, while the mid-size model is 7.6 inches with a 3.8 inch barrel. Without a mag, the full size, steel frame tips the scale at 2.3 pounds with the mid-size steel weighing 1.95 pounds. The lighter polymer version knocks some weight off, with the full size weighing 1.75 pounds and the mid-size at 1.6 pounds.

Though IWI does offer the Jericho 941 in .40 S&W and .45 ACP, the JGear kits are limited to just the 9mm versions of the pistol.

IWI announced the triumphant return of the Jericho to the U.S. market in 2014 alongside the Galil and Uzi. The addition of the JGear kit aims to help relieve some of the stress of finding accessories to fit the 9mm gun.

The JGear set with the polymer framed Jericho pistol comes in at $699 while the steel-frame version runs $779.

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