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Sig Sauer P220 .45 ACP

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SIGARMS P220 .45 ACP, (NEW): Buy itSIGARMS P220 .45 ACP, (USED): Our PickMany shooters will prefer the simplicity of this design. The P220's performance was among the most accurate and consistent we've seen. The pre-owned gun is an incredible value.

Sig Sauer P220 .45 ACP

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
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Single-column magazines are usually trouble free and foolproof when compared to double-column models. The Sigarms magazines (front left) were topped with a polymer follower, and the Ruger magazines used a split metallic follower (front right). Each design held 8 rounds, and both the KP345PR and the Sigarms P220 ran flawlessly.
The P220's slide is fashioned from sheets of carbon steel rather than being forged from stainless steel. The breech block was a separate piece of carbon steel (arrow) inserted into the slide. The rear sight was a notch with a white vertical index in the center. Night sights are available for about $100, but we like the standard sights fine.

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