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2012 SIG Sauer: new bang-bangs

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DocM    16,576

2012 SIG Sauer firearms

Blog: http://www.sigsauerguns.com/blog/

One of note is the P226 MK25 pistol - identical to the P226 variant used by the Navy SEALs

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  • Nitron-coated stainless steel slide
  • Black hard coat anodize aluminum frame
  • Anti-corrosion coatings on controls and internals
  • UID identification label
  • SIGLITE? Night sights
  • Custom engraved anchor on slide
  • Integral MIL Spec 1913 accessory rail
  • Certificate of Authenticity with each pistol

Of interest to me because of my having a couple is that the P250 has taken off - sales are through the roof and 8 new variants are coming out including subcompact handles with a rail, manual safety's and threaded barrels. They're also coming out with extended mags for the subcompacts, though those aren't in this post.

New Sig Sauer P250 SubCompact Frames

250SC-380-BSS: Black Nitron Finish, 380ACP, SLITE Night Sights, 12rd Magazine

250SC-380-BSS-MS: Same as 380ACP above, but with Ambidextrous Manual Safety

250SC-45-BSS: Black Nitron Finish, 45ACP, SLITE Night Sights, 6rd Magazine

250SCR-9-BSS: Black Nitron Finish, 9mm, SLITE Night Sights, MEDIUM Grip Module w/1913 RAIL, 12rd Magazine

New Sig Sauer P250 Compact Frames

250C-9-BSS-MS: Black Nitron Finish, 9mm, SLITE Night Sights, 15rd Magazine, Ambidextrous Manual Safety

250C-9-DP: Two-Tone, Diamond Plate Engraving, SLITE Night Sights

250C-9-BDP: Black Nitron Finish, Diamond Plate Engraving, SLITE Night Sights

250C-9-BSS-TB: Black Nitron Finish, SLITE Night Sights, Threaded Barrel (13.5?1 LH), 15rd Magazine

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eveready    13

Looks alright for a SIG. What's with the identification label...serial numbers are enough as is.

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DocM    16,576

MIL-STD and DFARS require ID codes on US military hardware acquisitions; UII (unique item identifier), UID (unique identification) or IUID (item unique identification). NASA hardware gets a similar treatment. Materials are usually stainless steel, photo anodized aluminum, tesa Secure, polyimide, polyester or black anodized aluminum. Since the MK-25 is a copy of the SEALs weapon, they did it right.

MIL-STD = US MILitary STanDard

DFARS = Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement

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eveready    13

Ahh, I see, I see.

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