Nighthawk Custom, recognized for their high-end custom firearms, has released three new products at SHOT Show 2024: the Firehawk 10mm pistol, the ornately designed VIP Silver pistol, and the Montana Heritage rifle, the latter being a nod to their acquisition of Cooper Rifles.
The Firehawk 10mm is engineered to make handling the potent 10mm round more manageable with the inclusion of a compensator. This compensator is integrated into the overall design to provide a sleek look while reducing recoil and muzzle flip. The built-in Interchangeable Optic System is a notable feature, offering versatility for optics or sights attachment without hindering performance.
Despite its newly minted status, those interested in purchasing the Firehawk 10mm might need some patience as it comes with an 18-24 month backorder. The price point for this pistol is set at $4,799.
Product specs for the Firehawk 10mm:
- Built-in compensator for recoil management
- Standard Interchangeable Optic System
- 18-24 month backorder
- Price: $4,799
Shifting to the VIP Silver, this pistol exhibits a level of artisanship that captures the eye with its elaborate hand engraving. The uniqueness of the VIP Silver is further accentuated by its mammoth bark grips, giving it an exotic and luxurious appeal. Its standout feature, a 14-karat gold front sight, embodies the opulence that the VIP line is known for. The cost of owning such a fine firearm is $8,999.
Montana Heritage rifle
Lastly, the Montana Heritage rifle, a new offering in Nighthawk’s line, is a special edition model created from the last batch of 350 receivers that retain the original “Made in Montana” marking. Showcasing a carbon fiber-wrapped barrel for enhanced accuracy and heat dissipation, this rifle is also fitted with bottom metal that is compatible with AICS-pattern magazines, a preferred choice for precision shooting.
The rifle is available in two calibers: 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester. The base model starts at $3,499, with the option to invest in higher grades of wood for an additional cost. As Nighthawk integrates Cooper Rifles into their umbrella, beginning operations in Arkansas, enthusiasts can anticipate new Cooper Rifles models arriving in 2025.
Product specs for the Montana Heritage Rifle:
– Carbon fiber-wrapped barrel
– AICS-pattern magazine compatible bottom metal
– Available in 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester
– Base price: $3,499
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