P210 Legend Target

The Sig Sauer P210 Legend Target is a semi-automatic large-frame pistol chambered for 9mm. The P210 Legend Target is the competitive shooting sub-model of the historic gun. What makes it different from the original model are its adjustable target sights.

Features include a carbon steel slide and frame machined from solid billet steel and custom wood grips. All its steel components are treated with a protective Nitron brand coating. The P210 also has an internal drop safety, which is intended to prevent accidental discharge if the gun is dropped. And, since the steel slide rides outside the frame rather than inside, the P210 achieves a tight fit between barrel, slide, and frame. For this reason, the P210 is known for its high level of accuracy.

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