Monthly Archives: December 2016

The REX Zero 1 runs the Sig Legion does not.

$599 gun runs the $1200 does not. Watch for yourself!


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Posted by on 12/15/2016 in Uncategorized


REX ZERO 1 running the course!

Just a little video from our friends at AREX!

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Posted by on 12/11/2016 in Uncategorized


DAY ONE with the REX ZERO 1!

Day one was somewhat unconventional. I carried the Rex Zero both Mexican and dropped in my strong side front pocket. I was rather busy in our shop and after about 1/2 an hour I simply forgot the Rex was on-board. Let me be clear, it is large. Not M9 large but it is large. For CCW work, you need a long term plan.

Later in the day I found that Mexican carry worked well while I was moving around and assisting customers. I have a Daltech Force® belly band on its way for day to day carry.


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Posted by on 12/10/2016 in Uncategorized


AREX REX ZERO 1 Acquired!

The Rex Zero 1 was purchased today at Ed’s Gun Store, Vass NC, no pick of the litter I took the first one they brought out of the 4 that came in. As soon as the gun was wiped free of the factory oil a factory magazine with 15 rounds and carried concealed. This is day 1!


First impression, the Rex is well made, the machining on the the hammer alone is sharper than most $3,000 custom 1911’s. I said it. I noticed that the magazines are well made, they do require a bit more  effort than most unless you utilize the follower tab to pull the follower down 1/8 of an inch to assist.


The trigger face is very well machined. The slide serrations are average, well defined, not as deep as I would have liked.  The fame is well made and finished. The large trigger guard has serrations on both sides and the front, a handy addition. The ambidextrous magazine release is has useful deep checkering.


The sights are very well made, the 3 dot systems will work fine. I found the slide release/decocker requires some effort now, it will smooth out I am sure, it has gotten better after a few uses.  The safety engages with a bit of effort, much less to disengage it, I like that.  The trigger pull in double action is heavy, smooth and perfect. If Beretta could produce a trigger pull like this I would still be carrying one. Peeking inside, the feed ramp is polished and well defined.


The single action trigger pull has a short take up then a crisp break. The trigger reset has a nice click after just a short distance. I did notice that the safety completely disengages the trigger, if you like to use a safety on a double action semi automatic you will like this.


The next post will address the first 50 rounds through the Rex using mixed ammo from white box bulk ammo to +p+ Federal defense and some 147g personal protection rounds. Stay tuned.


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Posted by on 12/09/2016 in Uncategorized


AREX REX ZERO 1 Long Term Test!

We at Guntalker are currently preparing for a long term test of the new Rex Zero 1 9mm semi-automatic pistol.   



Caliber: 9mm Luger (9x19mm)
Operating Principle: Short recoil
Action Type: Modified Browning linkless locking system
Trigger System: Single- and Double-action, Hammer fired
Length: 7.7 in / 195 mm
Barrel Length: 4.3 in / 108 mm
Height: 5.7 in / 144 mm
Width (slide): 0.98 in / 25 mm
Width (frame): 1.1 in / 27 mm
Width (safety levers): 1.46 in / 37 mm
Weight (without magazine) 29 oz / 826 g
Weight (empty magazine) 3 oz / 85 g
Magazine Capacity 17
Trigger Pull SA 5.5 lb / 2,5 kg
Trigger Pull DA 13 lb / 6,0 kg
Trigger Travel DA 0.5 in / 13 mm
Reset Travel SA 0.16 in / 4 mm
Barrel Profile/Twist 6 grooves, right-hand twist
Barrel Twist Rate 9.8 in / 250 mm

Limited Lifetime Warranty for the original retail (commercial/civilian) purchaser.

The Rex Zero 1 is approved for all commercial SAAMI specification +P ammunition.

Take a look at this Arex Rex Zero 1 video highlighting the manufacturing of this fine handgun.


We will be posting more photos and details in the coming weeks.  Stay tuned!

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Posted by on 12/05/2016 in Uncategorized