by NRA Staff - Thursday, January 19, 2012
There are lots of 1911s in the market today, but since its probably the most popular semi-auto pistol in the United States, that is to be expected. However, some 1911s just seem to stand out from the others.
The SIG Sauer Spartan is one of these stand outs. The Spartan has allthe desired features of 1911s, such as combat sights and skeletonized hammer, but it reallystands out with its finish. The Spartan comes with a Nitron finish that looks bronze. In fact, SIG calls it oil rubbed bronze.
The Spartan will be available for a suggested retail price of $1,359, and should really get people talking at the range.
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