Springfield Hellcat 9mm Black Micro Compact Pistol with Shield SMSc Optic (LE)

$619.00 $799.99

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Law Enforcement/Military Only

Due to restrictions set by the manufacturer, this item is limited to qualifying customers under the Individual Officer Purchase (IOP) program. These restrictions are set by the manufacturer and cannot be altered by Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore.

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Product Description

What's in the Box

  • Springfield Hellcat 9mm Black Micro Compact Pistol (Law Enforcement Model)
  • Shield SMSc Red Dot Optic
  • (1) 11-Round Magazine
  • (1) 13-Round Extended Magazine
  • Cable Lock
  • Owner's Manual

The 3″ barreled micro compact pistol features a class leading capacity of 11+1 with its patented magazine — 13+1 with the included extended mag — and is the result of years of painstaking development and engineering in addition to intensive collaboration with top engineers, shooters and self defense experts.

The Addition of the Shield SMSc optic makes the Hellcat a go-to in concealed carry.

Product Specifications

  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Magazines: (1) 11 - Round (1) 13 - Round Extended
  • Barrel: 3" Hammer Forged Steel Melonite® Finish 1:10
  • Sights: U-Dot™: Tritium & Luminescent Front Tactical Rack Rear Shield SMSc
  • Frame: Black Polymer w/ Adaptive Grip Texture™
  • Slide: Billet Machined Melonite® Finish Optics Ready
  • Recoil System: Dual Captive Recoil Spring w/ Full Length Guide Rod
  • Length: 6"
  • Height: 4" w/ Flush Mag 4.5" w/ Extended Mag
  • Grip Width: 1"
  • Weight with Empty Magazine: 17.9 oz w/ Flush Mag 18.3 oz w/ Extended Mag

Customer Comments & Questions

Customer Reviews

(4 out of 5) Solid gun...missing vorx bit
by from Kaysville, UT on

I cant complain about the performance of the gun as it shoots and handles very well. The sight does not come mounted on the gun and requires a vorx bit to remove the small metal plate where the sight is to be installed. Unfortunately, Springfield does not include this particularly uncommon bit to remove the screws on said metal plate. Learn from my mistake and dont even think about using an alan wrench to take these screws out unless you want a headache. Would have been nice if Springfield included a vorx bit in this package.