SIG Sauer Offers Selection of P220 Pistols in 10mm

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posted on January 14, 2015
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The SIG Sauer P220 has now been paired with 10mm ammunition to deliver increased energy, longer-range capability in a proven hunting round.

"A 10mm version of the legendary P220 is at the top of the list of 'most requested products' from fans of our products," said Jeff Creamer, Executive Director and General Merchandise Manager for SIG Sauer, Inc. "We heard the demand, and created a P220 that will make full use of the cartridge's potential."

Four different models of 10mm P220 will be offered, each featuring a 5-inch barrel to maximize the internal ballistics of the 10mm round. From duty carry to self-defense to wild game hunting, the P220 10mm delivers the ballistic performance fans of the cartridge need in a pistol.

The Match Elite Reverse Two-Tone P220 features the Elite Beavertail, a stainless finish with front cocking serrations. Black G-10 Piranha grips and adjustable match sights round out the package. This is the DA/SA model of the 10 mm series.

The Stainless Elite P220 and Stainless Elite Nitron P220 are single-action only P220 pistols, and also feature the Elite Beavertail. SIGLite night sights and front cocking serrations come standard. The Stainless Elite is done up with a natural stainless finish and Rosewood grips, while the Stainless Elite Nitron features a durable Nitron finish and black G-10 Piranha grips.

The Hunt Ready P220 is a single-action only pistol, also features the Elite Beavertail and front cocking serrations. The Hunt Ready P220 comes ready for the field with the SIG Sauer Romeo1 mini red-dot sight installed, black G-10 Piranha grips and a Kryptek Highlander camo pattern finish.

All 10 mm P220 pistols feature the rugged design and premier quality that elite military units, top law enforcement agencies, and demanding shooters worldwide have come to expect from SIG Sauer.

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