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OZ9C Elite Hyper-Comp X-Grip Pistol

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Due to high demand, lead times are averaging 30-60 days

The O.Z-9C Hyper-comp brings the benefits of a compensator to the popular compact platform without adding any extra length or mass

*This product ships with standard capacity magazines. Low capacity magazines available for restricted states. Please contact Customer Service.*

The Hyper-comp features four tapered vertical ports integrated into the top of the barrel that vents gases upward to reduce muzzle rise, creating one of the flattest shooting compacts available. The O.Z-9C Hyper-comp X combines the compact O.Z-9C Hyper-comp receiver and a full size X grip to create a pistol that is easier to control and handle than the O.Z-9C Hyper-comp without added weight or length. The slide has a top channel cut-out that extends to the front of the barrel opening, allowing the front sight to be pinned directly to the barrel, making it easier to track the sight during recoil as it does not reciprocate with the slide. This unique ported barrel design allows for easy barrel disassembly for cleaning and maintenance that compensated guns typically need, without having to remove a compensator. The O.Z-9C was designed and created for balance. It’s one of the first things you notice when holding this pistol. Balance equates to what every shooter is looking for; a more controllable pistol with less felt recoil, less muzzle flip and faster, more accurate follow-up shots. At the heart of the O.Z-9C is our patented Steel Receiver. This solid steel frame runs the length of the entire pistol allowing the locking block to be fully integrated. The extended rails in the steel receiver help provide more than double the surface area of contact to the slide. Additional benefits include channels that clear out debris while also acting as lubricating reservoirs for high friction areas. Having a singular component for the slide to travel along minimizes vibration and recoil energy by dispersing it along the receiver through the custom grip. A single take-down pin conveniently located at the front of the trigger guard locks the removable grip to the steel receiver. By design, the trigger is housed in the steel receiver allowing for future grip upgrades without completely breaking down the pistol. Our improved grips have steeper angles, and forward hand position keeping the muzzle down, and pointing straighter. Additional grip sizes and colors, and multiple sized magwells are available to facilitate further customization by end-users. The O.Z-9C is compatible with ZEV components and accepts GLOCK® mags.

Hyper-Comp used by permission of High Performance Firearms LLC.


  • ZEV Exclusive O.Z-9C Compact Hyper-comp Slide - DLC
  • ZEV Optimized Match Grade Ported Barrel - BRONZE
  • ZEV PRO Flat Face Trigger - BLACK/RED
  • ZEV O.Z-9C X Grip - BLACK
  • ZEV O.Z-9 PRO Magwell
  • ZEV O.Z-9 Custom Nanuk Case
  • Magpul PMAG® 17 GL9® (Compact X model) - Qty: 2



WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and other reproductive harm. More information


  • NOTE: Item cannot be shipped to California, Massachusetts, or Washington


26.25 oz
744.2 g
OZ9 Size Family

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Break-in Before Carry

Zev Technologies... The only place where you can spend an excess of $1500 easy on getting a gun and still have to pay for shipping. Right out the box you can tell everything is extremely tight. I've had a few light primer strikes during the break in period but I'd have to shoot more to feel out if it's just an ammo thing not a gun thing. As for down range performance, the trigger is beautiful and it's an extremely flat shooter. I've stacked rounds before but not like this through a handgun. Yes it's had it's quirks breaking it in but as I shoot it more there's been less and less malfunctions. I believe it's a carry worthy gun AFTER the break in period. As for the front sight, if it gets too hot for fiber optic since it's attached to the barrel, why not cerakote it different colors so it's not black on black. It's not a giant issue if you run an rmr but I'd say sub par irons being all black.