SIG Sauer Shipping 1911 TACOPS in .357 SIG

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posted on September 23, 2015
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With a tried and tested pedigree earned working with law enforcement agencies such as the Texas Department of Public Safety, the SIG Sauer 1911 TACOPS offers top-of-the-line accuracy and reliability in the ergonomically friendly 1911 design. Now paired with the high-velocity ballistics of the .357 SIG cartridge, the 1911 TACOPS is the perfect choice for personal defense or small game hunting. 

The Nitron stainless steel slide and frame boasts a rugged, durable finish, while the Ergo XT grips provide a firm command of the pistol even when wet or muddy. A skeletonized hammer and trigger offer high performance while the crisp, 5-lb, single-action-only trigger maximizes the accuracy. The 5-inch barrel capitalizes on the enhanced ballistics of the .357 SIG cartridge, and ambidextrous manual safeties provide the flexibility demanded by professional users. 

Low-profile night sights and a MIL-STD dust cover rail for lights and lasers make the 1911 TACOPS a great low-light option. No matter if the task is concealed carry, law enforcement detail, or hunting feral hogs, the 1911 TACOPS is up to the challenge. 

The 1911 TACOPS package is rounded out with an enhanced beavertail safety, steel magwell and four 8-round magazines. 

With ballistics matching the vaunted .357 Mag. round, the .357 SIG features enhanced energy transfer and intermediate barrier penetration capabilities.  In use by numerous elite law enforcement agencies, the .357SIG is ideal for defensive duty.

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