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Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp Unveiling: Top Features

The Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp is a new concealed carry pistol designed with an integral compensator, optics-ready slide, and two magazine options for customizable carry. It combines the compactness for concealability with the performance of a full-sized firearm, making it a top choice for self-defense.

Just announced to the ridiculously popular Hellcat line is the new Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp, a 9mm pistol designed to offer the perfect balance between concealability and capacity.

Integral Compensator

This firearm is meticulously engineered to reduce felt recoil and muzzle rise, thanks to its integral compensator featuring a single port machined into the hammer-forged barrel and slide. The compensator redirects gas upwards, effectively reducing muzzle rise and enhancing control for faster and more accurate follow-up shots. The front sight is positioned behind the compensator, ensuring an uninterrupted sight picture.

Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp


The Hellcat Pro Comp ships with two magazine options: a flush-fitting 15-round magazine for easy concealability and an extended 17-round magazine for those who prefer a higher capacity. This versatility allows shooters to carry in their preferred configuration, adapting the pistol to various needs and situations.

PSSST: Don’t forget, we’re not new to the Hellcat family of concealed carry pistols. When the original came out, we put it through a ridiculous 10,000 round +P ammo test. Check that out at the link below:

[TORTURE TEST] We Shot 10,000 Rounds Of +P Ammo Through A Springfield Armory Hellcat

Optics Ready

Designed to meet the demands of modern shooters, the Hellcat Pro Comp is optics-ready. It features a milled slide compatible with the Springfield Micro™ footprint, enabling it to accept today’s most popular micro red dots. This feature allows shooters to customize their sighting system according to their preferences and improve their shooting accuracy.

Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp is Optics Ready

Hammer-Forged Barrel

The pistol’s 3.7″ hammer-forged barrel is another standout feature, providing enhanced ballistics and downrange performance. The barrel’s hammer-forged construction ensures impressive strength and durability, making it a reliable choice for everyday carry and self-defense situations.

FULL SPECS for the Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp

  • CALIBER: 9mm
  • COLOR: Black
  • BARREL: 3.7″ Hammer Forged Steel, Melonite® Finish, 1:10
  • SLIDE: Billet Machined, Melonite® Finish, Optics Ready, Integral Compensator
  • FRAME: Black Polymer w/ Adaptive Grip Texture
  • SIGHTS: Tritium/Luminescent Front, Tactical Rack U-Notch Rear
  • RECOIL SYSTEM: Dual Captive Recoil Spring w/ Full Length Guide Rod
  • GRIP WIDTH: 1″
  • MAGAZINES: (1) 15-Round, (1) 17-Round
  • WEIGHT: 21 oz w/ Flush Mag, 21.4 oz w/ Extended Mag
  • LENGTH: 6.6″
  • HEIGHT: 4.8″ w/ Flush Mag, 5.3″ w/ Extended Mag
  • MSRP: $699

Additionally, the Hellcat Pro Comp includes a versatile picatinny rail, which facilitates the seamless integration of various accessories, such as lights and lasers. This adaptability enhances the pistol’s functionality and allows users to tailor their firearm to their specific needs.

From its compact dimensions to the performance capabilities reminiscent of a full-sized pistol, the Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro Comp redefines what is possible in everyday carry, and will prove to be a great and reliable concealed carry pistol. It provides a powerful and reliable option for those looking for a concealed carry pistol that does not compromise on performance or capacity.

Before you go, be sure to check out our reviews of other great Hellcat models available:

Springfield Armory Hellcat Review: Comprehensive and In-Depth

NEW: The Hellcat Pro from Springfield Armory

Introducing The NEW Springfield Armory Hellcat RDP, Complete With New HEX Red Dot And Self-Indexing Compensator

Safety Tip: Always practice proper firearm safety by keeping your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot and ensuring the firearm is pointed in a safe direction.

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