Finding to know more about the archon type B?
The company that makes this gun takes its name from the leaders of old Greece — the main justices of Athens and other city-states were known as Archons. That name strikes a heartfelt harmony, however, the impact is to some degree dulled by the passerby moniker Type B. All things being equal, this gun ought to have been known as the Phoenix. This would have been with regards to both Greek history and folklore, as well as an adept depiction of this 9mm’s history.
The starting points of the Type B return to 2012, when the Russian military reported they were taking on another gun called the Strizh, which was being worked by Arsenal Firearms. That gun was additionally alluded to as the Strike One in those days, yet it originally showed up in the U.S. market at the 2016 SHOT Show, where it had been rebranded as the PMG Stryk.
The Archon gathered a great deal of starting interest yet didn’t make headway, which was awful because, in a world flooded with polymer-outlined, striker-discharged guns, this one has a few unmistakable highlights that differentiate it from the group.
Fortunately, it’s returned, reawakened from the ashes in a manner of speaking, as the Type B you see here.
MODEL: TYPE B
CALIBER: 9 MM
MAGAZINES: FOUR 15 ROUND
SIGHTS: NIGHT SIGHTS
Specs of the archon type b