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Sig Sauer P220-1 Semi Auto Pistol 45ACP

Sig Sauer, P220-1, 2 x 8 + 1 round, Semi Auto, 4.4" (112mm), 30.4oz (862g), 1.5" (38mm), 5.5" (140mm), 7.7" (196mm), Black Polymer, Fixed Front Windage Adjustable Rear, Decocker, Conventional Double Action with Decocker, Alloy, Black Hard Anodised, Stainless with SIG's black Nitron finish, Standard, NA, Accessory Rail
List price: NZ$2,299.95
You save: NZ$800.00 (35%) Save 35%

Sig Sauer P220-1 Semi Auto Pistol 45ACP

This firearm is an ex-demo unit and has fired only minimal rounds

The modern SIG SAUER pistol story began with the P220.

In 1976 the 45ACP P220 was introduced and quickly became recognized as one of "the most accurate 45s right out of the box."

Since that time the P220 has earned an enviable record in hot spots around the world.

The P220 features a stainless steel slide machined from barstock and coated with a durable, wear-resistant Nitron finish, light-weight alloy frame with integral accessory rail.

The SIG SAUER four-point safety system of decocking lever, patented automatic firing pin safety block, safety intercept notch, and trigger bar disconnector.

Current Firearms Licence Required with "B" Endorsement


Firearm Brand:
Sig Sauer
Magazine Capacity:
2 x 8 + 1 round
Action Type:
Semi Auto
Barrel Length:
4.4" (112mm)
30.4oz (862g)
1.5" (38mm)
5.5" (140mm)
Overall Length:
7.7" (196mm)
Black Polymer
Rear Sight:
Fixed Front Windage Adjustable Rear
Safety Type:
Conventional Double Action with Decocker
Alloy, Black Hard Anodised
Stainless with SIG's black Nitron finish
Extras :
Accessory Rail

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