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SIG Sauer P220 Carry SAS 220R3-45-SAS 45 ACP

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Gun Tests Grade: B+. if the DAK trigger made the shooter work harder to shoot faster it also helped provide accuracy.

SIG Sauer P220 Carry SAS 220R3-45-SAS 45 ACP

Gun Details

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Model Name
Model Number
Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
Price
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Caliber Plus Cartridge
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Weight Unloaded
Warranty
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Barrel Length
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Overall Height
Front Strap Height
Back Strap Height
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Frame Material
Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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With the action cocked, the hammer stood back from the firing pin. The rear of the slide was beveled. The front sight had a tritium dot, but the rear sight featured a single-line notch. This amounts to one-half of the Siglite night sight package.
Beveling, or dehorning, the front of the slide is part of the SAS package. Note the absence of an accessory rail on the frame underlug. We think this model favors concealed carry.
Half-stippled/half-checkered walnut logo grips were handsome and did not add bulk.

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