A quick review of the new Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro
Meet my new Hellcat Pro. What an amazing gun like first shot impressions is one word “WOW”
Since I own a 365 (with XL grip mod) and a G48MOS I can give you a little comparison on my initial shots, this was more accurate than the 365 or 48. I found it with the Streamlight TLR7A to make Muzzle flip highly controllable and was able to get quick follow-up shots. With irons I was hitting the 6″ steel plate with ease at 25 yards. It shot cheap aluminum case 9mm 115 grain federal
I’ve bought in bulk pre-covid and it fed it like a champ. The ejector pattern was also quite consistent.
I feel like the 3.7″ barrel with the slightly longer grip made the Hellcat Pro fit perfectly.
What’s even better is the fact the picatinny rail is standard rail so you don’t have to mount Sub specific lights which is great for me as I run lights on all my carry guns.
Springfield Armory markets this gun as “the perfect balance” I find that statement completely true and can’t wait till next week when I can get a full day of shooting this gun.
Even though I just shot a low count I feel if your looking for an awesome carry gun, and extremely fun gun to take to the range the Hellcat Pro is a very solid choice!
Though I will admit I have 0 regrets in the Sig 365 or the Glock 48MOS I feel this might be my new favorite gun as it’s shoots like a full size gun and is really the perfect size for conceal carry. But most importantly I found shooting the Hellcat Pro was a lot of fun. Do yourself a favor get a Pro Today, and I would highly suggest getting the Streamlight TLR7A WML with 500 lumens plus strobe it’s the perfect balance for the EDC person.