SIG Sauer P210
Dating back to 1949, this pistol was used extensively by many European nations, including the Germans and the Dutch. A traditional pistol, the P210 is a proven weapon; finding its way into the hands of Merc's throughout the world. In 1999, SIG began to make this pistol again, increasing its popularity.
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SIG Sauer P226
A common Law Enforcement pistol, the P226 has also been used by numerous SpecOps organizations including the SEAL's. The P226 is a durable weapon, with decent mag capacity. The barrel may be removed for different calibers, including the 9mm, .357 and the .40. A proven pistol, the P226 is capable of firing in extreme conditions.
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SIG Sauer P245
A newer pistol in the SIG lineup, the P245 is a .45 pistol, comparable in size to the P225. As with most SIG pistols, the P245 is not equipped with a safety lever, instead it has a 12 to 13 pound trigger pull for the first shot (if not already cocked). While not as popular as other versions of SIG's, the P245 is a powerful little pistol.
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