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Sig Sauer Pro SP2340 .357 SIG

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Sig Sauer Pro SP2340 .357 SIG

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Weight Unloaded
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Frame Material
Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double

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All Sig Pro pistols are shipped with two one-piece grips. The black plastic grip installed at the factory is almost completely covered with stipple-type texturing. The other grip is made of black rubber and has a smooth finish. Switching the grips isn't difficult.
The polymer construction of the Sig Pro's frame dictated that its controls be designed differently than Sig's standard P-series pistols. However, the location and operation of the controls are the same.
The Sig Pro is an international effort. Its polymer frame is molded in Switzerland, while the blackened stainless steel slide is constructed in New Hampshire. The Sig features accessory mounting rails on the front of the frame.

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