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Popular for concealed carry and often used as a duty weapon the SIG Sauer P229 is a compact semi-automatic handgun with a double-single action trigger that is also available in a DAK model. The frame is hardcoat anodized and the CNC milled stainless steel slide has a Nitron finish for longevity and resistance to corrosion and scratching while the textured polymer grip aids in a secure grip. Accurate durable and dependable the P229 is used by the U.S. Border Patrol and Coast Guard among other law enforcement and federal agencies and is available in 22 LR 9mm 40 SW and 357 SIG.
Enhanced Elite model P299 take the same features common to all Elite series pistols and combine them with the ergonomic one-piece reduced reach grips used in Sigs E2 pistols. The grip on the Enhanced Elite also has an updated stippling pattern along with a beavertail frame with front strap checkering and accessory rail. The slide features quotElitequot engraving and front strap checkering SRT Short Reset Trigger System Siglite Night Sights.
This Sig Sauer P229 Enhanced Elite is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm. A one-piece stippled polymer grip while the front strap is checkered for an even more secure grip. Truglo Tritium Fiber Optic Night Sights provide a clear sight picture, which can be customized by the addition of your choice of accessories to an integral picatinny rail. The P229 Enhanced Elite comes with two magazines so you're ready for anything. -One-piece stippled polymer grip -Checkered front strap -Truglo Tritium Fiber Optic Night Sights -Integral picatinny rail -Two magazines
2-15 Rd Magazines, Case; Original Sights Replaced With Aftermarket Truglo Tritium Fiber Optic Night Sights
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Capacity||13 + 1 ROUNDS|
|Barrel Length||3.9" Barrel|
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