SIG SAUER PM400 Tread Pistol
SIG SAUER PM400 Tread Pistol
SIG SAUER PM400 Tread Pistol

SIG SAUER PM400 Tread Pistol

SKU 39881


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$1,399.95 In stock logo

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Product Information & Specs

The TREAD is engineered to deliver exceptional quality, performance and comes standard with features for today's AR platform rifles, such as a free floating M-LOK handguard, ambidextrous controls, and a single-stage polished and hard-coated trigger. Unlike most rifles in its class, the TREAD is easily customizable with a full line of purpose-built accessories, designed and built in the USA.

Brand	Sig Sauer
Category	Tactical Pistols
Caliber	5.56x45mm NATO
Model	M400
Series	Tread
Stock Finish	Black
Action	Semi-Auto
Barrel Length Range	11" to 11.99"
Sights	None, Optic Ready
Capacity	30+1
Grips	Black Polymer
Hand	Right
Handguards	M-LOK Free Float
Includes	Magazine
OAL	27"
Receiver Finish	Black Hard Coat Anodized
Receiver Material	Aluminum
Stock Description	Blade 2.0 Pistol Brace
Stock Material	Synthetic
Thread Pattern	1 / 2"-28 tpi
Trigger	Single-Stage
Twist	1:7"
Weight	6 lbs
Barrel Description	Carbon Steel
Barrel Finish	Black
Search Code	SIG400
Similar Items	HGT223
Barrel Length	11.50"
UPC ECOM00039881
Caliber 223 REM/5.56 NATO
Finish BLACK
Capacity 30+1 ROUNDS
Frame Material NOT SPECIFIED
Slide Material NOT SPECIFIED
Barrel Length 11.5 BARREL
Receiver Material NOT SPECIFIED
Receiver Finish NOT SPECIFIED


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