Firearms

Video: IWI Jericho 941 FS Pistol

IWI Jericho 941 FS pistol left

Based on the time-tested and proven reliability of the CZ-75 pistol, the IWI Jericho 941 FS handgun is sure to offer the shooter years and years of service. Using the popular and widely available 9mm Luger chambering, this double-action recoil-operated handgun has a 16-round capacity, slim polymer stocks and a steel frame for low recoil and easy handling. In this video, American Rifleman‘s Chris Olsen walks you through the operation and servicing of this terrific pistol.

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Comments (6)

  1. I traded for a .45 cal. IMI S.S. Baby Desert Eagle several years ago and it’s pretty much identical except for the all stainless frame and slide and the Desert Eagle cut on the end of the slide and frame. It’s been a fine pistol and I’ve always liked the way it shoots.

  2. I bought the original 941 that used both the 9 mm and .41AE. I had the wherewithal to purchase 500 .41 AE shells at the time So I have enough ammo for both calibers. The only complaint I have with the gun is the frame. It is a large framed gun and unless you have long fingers, reaching all the points of importance will be hard. Particularly the slide release, my thumb barely reaches it. I know they won’t bring back the .41AE, but compared to the .40SW, I prefer the AE, at least in this gun. I always had issues with the Glock chambered in the 40, particularly in the slide when it slides back, it always hit my thumb knuckle. I know I have the problem, not the Glock, so Glock fan boys don’t beat me to death.

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