SIG SAUER P210 TARGET
SIG SAUER P210 TARGET
SIG SAUER P210 TARGET

SIG SAUER P210 TARGET

SKU 210A-9-TGT

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$1,532.54 In stock

Retail price: $1,699.00 You save: $166.46

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Product Information & Specs

Reliable and highly accurate the Sig Sauer P210 is a semi-automatic handgun that has been produced for nearly 70 years and was formerly the pistol used by the Swiss Army. Available in 9mm (9x19) 7.6521mm and .22 LR with an 81 capacity and single stack magazine the frame and slide are precision-machined from stainless steel and treated with a Nitron finish for durability. The grips are offered in checkered walnut or plastic a lightweight trigger which employs a clean break and a frame mounted safety. Formerly made in Switzerland but now manufactured in the United States P210 is suitable for shooting sports and used by military and police worldwide.

Details

Caliber 9mm Luger - 4.4 Barrel - Blackened Stainless Steel - Walnut Grip - Fiber Optic adjustable front sight - Two 8-round magazines - Weight 36.56 oz

UPC 798681544752
Caliber 9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)
Action SINGLE ACTION
Capacity 8+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 5" BARREL
Weight 2.3 LBS.













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