Remington RM380

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Remington RM380
Type Semi-Automatic Pistol
Place of origin United States
Production history
Designer Karl Rorhbaugh
Manufacturer Remington
Produced 2015
Weight 12.2 oz (350 g) [1]
Length 5.27 in (13.4 cm)
Barrel length 2.9 in (7.4 cm)
Width .95 in (2.4 cm)
Height 3.86 in (9.8 cm)

Cartridge .380 ACP
Action Short-recoil
Rate of fire Semi-automatic
Feed system 6-round box magazine
Sights Fixed iron sights

The Remington RM380 is a semi-automatic, .380 ACP caliber pistol produced by Remington Arms. The RM380 is a redesign of the Rohrbaugh 380 pistol, itself a version of the 9x19mm Rohrbaugh R9. The two models differ most notably in the location of the magazine release and the incorporation of a slide stop on the Remington. While the Rohrbaugh used a heel-magazine release at the base of the grip, the RM380 release is located at the rear of the trigger guard.[2] The Remington also has a restyled grip frame that incorporates a larger beavertail.


  1. ^ Gun Digest: Remington Introduces .380 Micro Pistol — the RM380, retrieved 2016-02-27
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