So I recently picked up one of those Sar Arms B6P 9MM that I’ve been hearing about – and I have to tell you, it’s great. When I first saw it with my friends over at Citrus CCW in Florida, I wasn’t too sure about it. It looked weird – unlike any gun I’ve ever seen before.
When I picked up my new B6P, I was even more worried. Did I make a good purchase? But then I brought it to the range – and I cannot be happier.
While I wouldn’t carry this gun daily, I would absolutely recommend adding a Sar Arms B6P to your bug out bag. Here’s why:
- This 9mm is durable, lightweight, and ergonomically sound (fits my hand perfectly
- Is super affordable for a 9mm
- Has been torture tested by me and others – and always comes out on top
This is the perfect gun for your bug out bag or to bury in a secret cache until the day comes when its needed.
Here’s a picture of the B6P 9MM:
The single action trigger on this gun has an excellent feel which makes it super accurate. The only weird part about the B6P is that the frame comes up higher on the slide than on most guns – but I’ve come to love that feature because it really helps keep the gun lighter.
The double action is a bit stiff at first, but then it breaks right in.
Sar Arms is a company out of Turkey, but its imported from a company called EAA from Rockledge, Florida. EAA imports quite a few guns.
The Sar B6P is very similar to a CZ75 gun – which is a great design. It has a polymer frame, which keeps it light, and like I said before, the slide rides right inside the frame which keeps it balanced and helps with recoil.
The particular B6P that I purchased does not have adjustable sights, and the manual safety does not have a manual de-cocker on it.
This gun does have the option to have the B6P hammer in a half-cocked position – and that’s the position I would carry this gun with.
The tear down on this gun is pretty simple as well!
Bottom line: Buy a B6P for your bug out bag or your buried cache – its a perfect gun for both of those uses.Google+