SIG Sauer has coughed up its fourth American-made P210 model single-action-only pistol, and this one is a head-turner. 

The new SIG Custom Works P210 Carry edition takes the P210 Carry standard that has been around since early 2022 and updates the 9mm pistol with a high-polish DLC-finished slide with contrasting engraved scrollwork. Also new are a set of checkered low-profile Caribbean rosewood grip panels and an E-nickel coated trigger. 

Like the standard P210 Carry model, the Custom Works edition ships with factory-installed Siglite night sights, front and rear cocking serrations, a lightweight alloy frame, slide-mounted manual thumb safety lever (it is a SAO pistol, after all), and an 8+1 magazine capacity.
 

The new SIG Custom Works P210 Carry edition
The new limited edition SIG Custom Works P210 Carry, a beautiful 9mm single-stack in scroll-worked DLC and Rosewood. (Photos: SIG) 
The new SIG Custom Works P210 Carry edition
It ships with three 8-round magazines. (Photos: SIG) 

 

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The original P210, developed by renowned firearms designer Charles Gabriel Petter as the Swiss Army’s Pistole 49 just after WWII, was a solid classic that earned a worldwide reputation for its functionality, good looks, and performance on the range. 

Out of production in Europe by 2006, SIG started making an Americanized variant in New Hampshire and subsequently introduced the P210 Standard and P210 Target

 

SIG P210 Target
P210 Standard and P210 Target, the latter shown here, used all-steel frames and 5-inch barrels to produce a pistol pushing 37+ ounces. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
SIG P210 Carry on the range
Contrast that with the much more svelte 4.1-inch barreled P210 Carry that hits the scales at 29 ounces while still offering excellent performance. The P210 Carry series uses a slim low-profile grip style. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
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