The following is a press release from STI International

STI International has added two new pistols to the DVC series. The DVC Classic and DVC 3-GUN are engineered to meet the demands of serious shooters who are looking for a competition-ready gun right out of the box.

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Legal for USPSA Single Stack Division, the DVC Classic, like the rest of the DVC Series—is built to win. This gun is perfect for the single-stack competitor with its fully adjustable rear sight, forged Master Series frame and VZ Operator II Grips. The Classic features the same 2.5 lb. crisp trigger as in all STI DVC guns, along with the same hammer and sear. The hard chrome finish and Titanium Nitride barrel coating will hold up to years of use. This gun also features multiple parts built by Dawson Precision, including; a tool-less guide rod, drilled and tapped extended magazine release, fiber optic front sight and ICE magazine well. The DVC Classic is available in both 9mm and 45 ACP and sells for a suggested retail price of $2799.00.

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The DVC 3-GUN was designed specifically to meet the needs of today’s 3-gun enthusiast while keeping true to the DVC heritage of Accuracy, Power and Speed – “Diligenta, Vis, Celeritas.” The black DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) finish is extremely tough and won’t wear off due to the rigors of competition. Like the rest of the DVC line, the 3-GUN features a Titanium Nitride coated barrel and slick 2.5lb trigger. The slide is built longer to accommodate the 5.4″ BBL, and significant weight has been removed with strategic cuts. The grip is hand stippled by Extreme Shooters of Arizona and offers a firm and secure hold accompanied by great looks. The 3-GUN model features the STI tactical aluminum magwell for fast, trouble-free reloads. The DVC 3-GUN is available in 9mm and sells for a suggested retail price of $2999.00.

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