To as far back as 1949, the Swiss Military used the P210 to great affect. It’s regarded as one of the most legendary, reliable and accurate firearms in the world. Now shooters can pick up an American-made SIG Sauer P210 Standard, featuring modern improvements. The company also claims the price-point will allow more consumers to enjoy this timeless pistol.
“The SIG SAUER P210 Standard is an engineering marvel, and with this launch our product development has really come full circle in bringing our production of all SIG products back to the U.S,” said Tom Taylor, CMO and executive vice president, commercial sales. “The P210 Standard combines the Swiss and German heritage that made this pistol legendary, with the ingenuity of being American made. The reverse rail on this pistol gives it precise accuracy. The thin contour grip, and balance in weight gives it less felt recoil, and the tuned, short trigger press truly makes this one of the finest handguns ever made.”
This 9mm, single-action pistol comes with a precision-machined, stainless-steel slide and frame. It also features iron sights, upgraded ergonomic controls including a relocated manual thumb-safety for easier accessibility, a target grade trigger, custom walnut grips, a side magazine release and improved beavertail. It even comes standard with two, 8-round magazines.
SIG upgraded the ergonomics and controls, but kept the gun’s reliability and accuracy on this European-designed classic pistol. In fact, its contour grip and weight balance results in less felt recoil in a legendary package.
SIG Sauer P210 Standard
- Action: SAO Semi-auto
- Caliber: 9mm
- Frame: Stainless steel
- Slide: Stainless steel
- Finish: Nitron
- Grips: Walnut
- Sights: Contrast iron, fixed
- Barrel Length: 5 inches
- Overall Length: 8.4 inches
- Width: 1.6 inches
- Height: 5.3 inches
- Weight: 36.9 ounces
For more information about the SIG Sauer P210 Standard, please visit sigsauer.com.
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