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The Hudson H9 is a semi-automatic pistol made by the now defunct Hudson Mfg. Unveiled at the 2017 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada after three years of development, the H9 brought multiple patented and patent pending features together in a new pistol design. Proven design elements include: an M1911 straight-pull trigger, a short-recoil operated system, and the heritage S&W 5900 series magazine tube. The new design elements were: forward barrel cams in front of the trigger-guard, the sear design marrying the straight pull trigger with a striker-fired system while remaining drop safe, the placement of the recoil spring, and the pairing of an insert chassis with a steel frame. These elements lend to its most noticeable difference – its appearance.
The striker-fired H9 is chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum at a weight of 34 oz (960 g) with a capacity of 15 rounds. The 34 oz (960 g) weight places the H9 within the same category as traditional aluminum frame handguns like the Beretta M9, Sig P226, and Sig P229. The H9 accomplishes the lighter weight all steel construction through the insert and grip construction (traditionally called a frame) and the redistribution of the surface area of the pistol itself. Traditional all-steel pistols are usually heavier than their aluminum counterparts: the 1911 (43 oz (1,200 g)), the 5906 (38 oz (1,100 g)), and the CZ-75 SP-01 (40.5 oz (1,150 g)).
In March 2019 Hudson Mfg declared bankruptcy leaving questions about the future of the H9.