Sig Sauer handguns
The very famous Swiss-German company known as Sig Sauer has collaborated for a long time. The swiss SIG, Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft, was a company founded in the year 1853, and then it partnered with the German Sauer in 1976 for producing firearms. This joint company, after some time riding the European wave of handgun manufacturers in the late 1980s and 1990s with its fantastic collection of handguns based on the original P210 platform. Today, the Sig Sauer sells a full line of handguns and modern-day sporting rifles in the United States region. It also has penetrated both the military and law enforcement markets. This company failed to sell the P226 handgun to the United States military in 1984, losing out to the Beretta of Italy in 2017; however, this company succeeded in winning the contract for Beretta’s replacement, the M17 Modular Handgun System.
Sig Sauer pistols
Sig Sauer P220
This pistol is also known as M75, And the Swiss army adopted this one in 1975, and you can say that this festival is a logical evolution of Sig Sauer P210. It also Incorporated a manual decocker which lowered the hammer into a safety notch without pulling the trigger. This one also features a firing pin lock that prevents the gun from being fired even if dropped while cocked. This one also has a shorter barrel and a large trigger well. This one is still in production and is offered in 9mm, .45 ACP, and 10mm Auto. This one is very successfully used in law enforcement organizations worldwide, for example, in Sweden and the united states.
Sig Sauer P229
This pistol is smaller and shorter in the same weight, size, and range as the Glock 19 and the Smith & Wesson M&P Compact. You can say that P229 is a scaled-down P226 having a barrel .4 inches shorter than its predecessor, P226. This pistol retains the 9mm, fifteen-round magazine. Still, it carries an all-metal firearm, resulting in a gun that weighs thirty-four ounces when loaded, which is approximately five more ounces than the Glock 19.
Emperor Scorpion Fastback Carry
This pistol has a stainless steel frame around the grip, mainspring housing, and a traditional contour slide. This one is finished with a custom flat dark Earth PVD finish. This is very durable and wear-resistant; the physical vapour deposition is corrosion-resistant.
Sig Sauer handguns for sale
Sig Sauer P210
The original handgun started the whole companies line of P2XX pistols; this one is generally regarded as one of the best-designed pistols of the twentieth century. You need to know that this is one of this company’s most accurate guns ever made. This one was also adopted in 1949 by the Swiss Army, and it replaced a Swiss copy of the Luger Po8 pistol, the model 29. Its design is based on the locked-breech, short-recoil gun operating system devised by John Moses Browning, and you can also disassemble it like a standard Colt-Browning type pistol. This one has chambered in 9mm, and the only drawback of this gun is an eight-round magazine, which was remarkable at that time but about half the size of today’s magazine.
Sig Sauer P320/M17 Modular Handgun system
This handgun in 2017 beat Glock Beretta and the other competitors for the United States Army’s M17 Modular Handgun System (MHS). This gun is actually based on the Sig Sauer P320, and it appears similar on its surface to other Sig pistols, but this one also has several new and internal updates from the previous designs. This gun contains full-sized M17 firearms and the compact M18, both of which are chambered for 9mm