Emtan presents new member of 'Ramon' pistol family

The 'Ramon Op' has an enhanced grip and target acquisition features including the option of attaching various types of optical sights, the company says  

The Ramon Op. Photo: Emtan

Israeli company Emtan, a manufacturer of small arms and rifles for armed forces and law enforcement agencies, unveiled this week the Ramon Op, the latest model from its 9 mm Ramon pistol family of products. Various types of optical sights can be attached to the handgun.

According to the company, the Ramon, which was designed with the help of special forces troops, is a striker fired pistol (without an external hammer) built on a polymer body that allows enhanced grip, handling and target acquisition. All of its components including the barrel are manufactured by Emtan, and the company provides the Ramon with an option for tritium sights as well as an option to install a "red dot" optical sight by an original integrated adapter combined with the slide. 

Emtan says that the Ramon has undergone stringent 20,000-round endurance tests and all environmental tests of the NATO and US military standards. The gun is used by government forces in several countries and is sold in large quantities in the private sector as a self-defense pistol.

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