Make: Sig Sauer Model: P229 Extreme Caliber: 9mm
The Sig Sauer P229 Extreme is the first handgun that was produced by Sig Sauer in Exeter, New Hamshire. The P229 Extreme is a medium sized handgun that is designed for personal pr...(more)
Posted by Jason Brumett
The Sig Sauer 1911 Traditional Reverse Two-Tone is a large frame, semi-automatic handgun designed for self-defense, along with carry purposes. It has a traditional contour round top slide with front cocking serrations for an easier grip. Some of the features include a skeletonized combat hammer, enhanced beavertail grip safety, ambidextrous thumb safety, along with a skeletonized trigger. It has a match grade barrel, flat mainspring housing, and a speed bump grip safety.
The overall length of the 1911 Traditional Reverse Two-Tone is 8.7-inches, with a height of 5.5-inches, and a barrel length of 5-inches. The slide material is made from stainless steel, and features a black nitron finish. The frame material is made from stainless steel, and features a natural stainless finish. The grips are custom blackwood, and feature 25-line per inch front strap checkering. The magazine holds 8-rounds of .45 ACP ammunition, and has a magwell. The trigger is single action only, with a pull of approximately 5-pounds. The sights are 3 dot trijicon low-profile night sights.
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