- Great value
- Accurate and reliable
- Lots of customization options
- Had issues feeding when mag was full
- No option for changing backstops
- Comes with only 1 magazine
The PSA Dagger is a striker-fired handgun that is designed for self-defense and concealed carry. It features a 3.8-inch barrel and a 15-round capacity, and is available in 9mm. The Dagger has a smooth trigger pull and a comfortable grip, and best part about this gun works with standard Glock parts. It is also highly affordable (just under $300), making it an excellent choice for those on a budget. Overall, the PSA Dagger is a solid entry into the crowded market of polymer-framed, striker-fired pistols, with a number of features that make it stand out from the competition.
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“I was impressed with 5.7 Rock. The overall product displays attention to detail and refinement. PSA took their time with this gun, and it shows. Most importantly, it performed very well during our somewhat limited testing.” – Sean Curtis
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"Bottom line: it’s a 9mm Glock 19 Clone for under $300 that runs surprisingly well at its price point.
Full disclosure, I went into this thing sort of rolling my eyes. Like it’s a $299 gun from PSA, it’s gonna be a cheap piece of plastic.
But after the first time at the range and 700 rounds down the pipe, I texted my editor and told him, “OMG, I think it’s good.”
After another 400 rounds later, I can confidently say it’s accurate, reliable, and outstandingly priced.
I sort of tried not to like it, but alas, I do. It gets the ole thumbs up from me.
– Johnny Bragg, Writer"
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