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Dependable durable and accurate the SIG Sauer P220 is a full-size semi-automatic double-single action handgun available in 45 ACP and 10mm. The aluminum frame is black hard-coat anodized and has a Picatinny rail while the stainless steel slide has a Nitro finish. Cleaning and maintenance is made easier with the tool-free disassembly and exceptional ergonomics and balance add to ease of use. Manufactured with military and police in mind the P220 also makes a suitable weapon for personal defense and is available in a Carry version that offers a shorter barrel and slide.
The P22 Carry is the latest step in the evolution of the P22 the most accurate out-of-the-box .45 and a perfect choice when its time to carry the big caliber. This commander sized pistol features a full size frame with short slide and 3.9 barrel making it ideal for concealed carry. And like any P22 it performs above and beyond because the SIG SAUER design allows for unparalleled performance regardless of bullet type or weight. This 81 capacity single stack pistol is available in a DASA configuration and features a durable Nitron finish Picatinny rail and either post and dot contrast or 3-dot SIGLITE night sights
This Sig Sauer P220 Carry is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in 45 ACP. A 3.9" barrel is adorned with Sig's night sights, and users can attach their choice of accessories to an integral picatinny rail ahead of the trigger guard. Textured black polymer grips provide users a secure grasp on this pistol. The P220 Carry is designed for its namesake, and it is a reliable pistol in any self-defense situation you might encounter. This package also comes with two eight-round magazines and two 10-round magazines. -Sig night sights -Integral picatinny rail -Textured polymer grips -Four magazines included
2-8 Rd Magazines, 2-10 Rd Magazines, Original Case, Sig Night Sights Installed
|Barrel Length||3.9" Barrel|
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