SHOT Show 2020: SIG Sauer P210 Carry

One of the legendary guns in the SIG Sauer lineup is the original P210, a single-stack, single-action, hammer-fired handgun that served for decades as the dedicated sidearm of the Swiss military. SIG Sauer excited handgun fans with the launch of U.S.-made models in the form of the P210 Standard and the P210 Target. However, consumers asked for a carry-ready version, and they got it in 2020 in the form of the P210 Carry.

This P210 Carry features a shortened barrel, night sights and an aluminum frame, making it the perfect size and weight for CCW use. However, even despite these changes, it still retains all of the features that fans love about the P210 platform, including the ergonomics, crisp single-action trigger, hammer-fired operating system and the 8-round magazine capacity.

For more details, check out our American Rifleman First Look video above.

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