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    New Firearm to the Market: Rex Zero 1

    Years ago I had a Sig 226 and I regret getting rid of it. Now, Sig's are priced up there, what I believe is beyond their value. I noticed these in this month's copy of American Rifleman.

    Does anyone have one? Any info on them?
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    Yes, they're very nice. I'd like one.
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    I knew I had heard the name. Don't know if you pay much attention to these types of reviews but what the heck, check it out.

    Last edited by darbo; 04-24-2016 at 05:32 PM. Reason: typo
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    I was intrigued, but I refuse to purchase any more guns that do not have wide aftermarket support. Great looking gun though, I think they picked a great design to clone
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    I like the looks of their AK. This pistol is nice as well.

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    Agree - it looks spot on like a Sig P series pistol. Wonder if this has anything to do with the Sig Legion Series pistols?
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    If it's able to be carried cocked and locked I like it.
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    I do see a decocker but then I do see a thumb safety.

    ok after watching macs video the gun can be carried da/sa or single action cocked and locked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McE View Post
    Front lever = takedown lever
    Middle lever = decocker
    Rear lever = slide lock lever

    No thumb safety
    please recheck your info. The Rex does indeed have a thumb safety. The decocker also acts as the slide release.
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    I'd like one in .32acp. Have any of yall seen prices?
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