Springfield Hellcat Review with Cheyenne Dalton



In this video, we review the Springfield Armory Hellcat with professional shooter Cheyenne Dalton!


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Video Transcript:


Hello, I’m Dylan from GunSpot.com and in this video, we will be reviewing the Springfield Armory Hellcat. The Hellcat has been named the 2020 handgun of the year by the NRA and we can see why. This 9mm micro-compact gun can hold a whopping 13+1 rounds with it’s extended mag and 11+1 with its flush mag. The Hellcat is 4” tall with the small mag and 4.5” tall with the extended mag. It is 6” long and 1“ wide. The Hellcat weighs in at 18.3 oz with the flush mag and 18.6 oz with the extended mag. Fully loaded it weighs 22.4 oz with the flush mag and 25.6 oz with the extended mag. It has a dual captive recoil spring with a full-length guide rod. The slide has a melonite finish, the frame is a polymer and the barrel is 3” long hammer-forged steel with a melonite finish. And it comes with a flat-faced nickel boron coated trigger. The Hellcat has rear slide serrations that wrap over the top and front serrations. It has a non-proprietary rail on the frame that lets you customize your EDC with lights and lasers. On top of the slide, there is a visual loaded chamber indicator. The Mag release is ambidextrous for those left-handed shooters out there. The Hellcat has an adaptive grip texture made of a series of staggered pyramids. Meaning that this gun grip is comfortable in the waistband and then is activated as the gun is gripped firmly. The gun has U-dot sights, with a tritium/Luminescent Front and a tactical rack rear sight that can be charged with one hand if needed. You can also get the Hellcat OSP which is an optics ready model in case you want to put a red dot sight on it. This gun retails at around $520 depending on where you buy it from. The Hellcat comes with a nice Springfield Armory branded box, A soft nylon carry case and two steel mags one is the flush 11+1 mag and the other is the extended 13+1 mag. The Hellcat is the highest capacity micro-compact handgun in the world. It has a patented stack and a half magazine that lets you conceal carry with 14 rounds of 9mm. The capacity of this gun is definitely what made the biggest impact when it was released, that, and having a gun this size that is optics ready. Okay now to test this gun out we are going to head out to the range with professional shooter Cheyenne Dalton We think the Hellcat is a great gun that will likely have a prominent position in the market for years to come. It’s a great design, smooth trigger and high capacity in a small form factor set the bar for the future to conceal guns. We struggled to find a complaint and both Cheyenne and myself were able to get some good groupings with it from around 7 yards. To buy your own Hellcat click the link in the description below. Also, Cheyenne will be in more videos and have her own special series coming up on our YouTube channel so make sure that you subscribe.

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