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LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - January 09, 2013) -  In the news release, "Boberg Arms Corp. Releases World's Smallest, Lightest 9 mm Semi-Automatic Pistol," issued earlier today by Boberg Arms Corporation, we are advised by the company that the headline should read "Boberg Arms Corp. Releases World's Smallest, Most Powerful 9 mm Semi-Automatic Pistol" rather than "Boberg Arms Corp. Releases World's Smallest, Lightest 9 mm Semi-Automatic Pistol" as originally issued. Complete corrected text follows.

Boberg Arms Corp. Releases World's Smallest, Most Powerful 9 mm Semi-Automatic Pistol

LAS VEGAS, NV--January 8, 2013--Boberg Arms Corporation announced the release of the Boberg XR9-S. The Boberg XR9-S is the world's smallest and lightest rotating-barrel, locked breech semi-automatic pistol. Combining power, accuracy and soft-recoil, the Boberg XR9-S was created out of a need for a smaller, more effective, hand gun.

Utilizing the patented XR™ Feeding Technology, the XR9-S cartridges are loaded nose forward into the back of the magazine. Live rounds are lifted straight into the chamber, eliminating the need for a feed ramp. This design allows a much longer barrel than other subcompacts, and it is rated for +P ammunition.

The corporation's founder, Arne Boberg, created the XR9-S after noticing the need for a smaller, more powerful firearm. He said, "I have been an avid gun builder, user and collector my entire life. Looking at the gun market in 2003, I noticed that many manufacturers were taking their big guns and chopping them off to create smaller guns. Unfortunately, these guns were losing power and reliability. I knew that these smaller guns needed to be reinvented, not just repackaged." Originally designed for self-defense, it is also an accurate range gun.

Boberg Arms customers value the XR9-S not only for its accuracy, but also for its artisanal hand-craftsmanship. Parts are hand fitted for optimal tolerances and the smoothest attainable action. The frame is billet aluminum and the slide billet stainless steel. Devin L., a customer from Florida, says, "I was really impressed with the quality of this pistol. A friend of mine compares it to the craftsmanship of a Swiss watch. I would agree."

For more information on the Boberg XR9-S and other Boberg Arms Corp. products, please visit www.BobergArms.com.

About Boberg Arms Corp.
Leaders in innovation and quality, Boberg Arms Corporation was founded by Arne and Melody Boberg in 2009. Focused on producing sleek, reliable hand guns, Boberg Arms Corp. has been manufacturing its patented pistols since 2011. The company's facilities are located in Minnesota, where the corporation is dedicated to the production of superior U.S. products. For more information on Boberg Arms Corporation, call (651) 209-4812 or log on to their website.

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