Recently introduced by the Cocoa, Florida-based gunmaker, the DB9 Gen 4, with a weight of just 13.4-ounces while maintaining a 3.1-inch stainless steel barrel that gives an overall length of 5.73-inches, Diamondback describes their gun as the “smallest and lightest” 9mm on the market. With a flush-fit magazine shoe installed, its height is 4-inches flat. The maximum width is 0.89-inches.
For the past couple of months, I’ve been carrying a DB9 G4 off and on as a backup gun and in situations where it is harder to carry a full-to-medium-sized pistol. In essence, it has been taking the place of my trusty old S&W J-frame, and with good reasons.
Anyway, more on those size stack-ups in my column at Guns.com