The P210 is the pistol that helped put SIG Sauer on the map, and now a new variant of the popular pistol has been introduced. What makes this gun unique is that it is the first P210 to roll off of SIG's New Hampshire manufacturing plant, having previously been manufactured in Germany and imported to the U.S. While there are slight modifications to the way the gun is manufactured, the results are the same pristine slide and operation. The model being fired by Mark Keefe is the Target model, which features fully adjustable sights and walnut grips, but a combat, fixed-sight model with non-formed grip is also offered. Learn more specifics in the video above, or visit Sigsauer.com.
NEW! SIG Sauer P210 Pistol
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