Arguably the finest service pistol ever made, the original SIG SAUER P210 is a legend in its own right. Capable of shooting a 1″ group at 50 yards, the pistol is highly sought after by target shooters around the world. For more than 25 years, the future has looked bleak for the P210 after production ceased in 1985. But not anymore. At SHOT, SIG SAUER reintroduced the P210, now dubbed the “Legend,” which comes with a 4.7″ barrel and an 8+1 single stack capacity. The single-action only trigger breaks at a crisp four pounds while sights are available in fixed or adjustable target styles. SIG made a marked improvement on the older P210 by discontinuing the use of a magazine release located on the heel of the base of the grip and replacing it with the more ergonomic thumb-activated magazine release located on the side panel.
This heavy-framed model of the P210 is only available in 9mm and has SIG SAUER’s tough Nitron finish along with custom wood panel grips. The extended beavertail also eliminates the hammer/slide bite that was common with the older P210.