Danish Military SIG m/49 HTK - sn 7xxx
Danish military contract SIG m/49 in very good condition with 80%+ original finish. 3/5 Bore (light to mild pitting throughout). Frame, slide, and barrel matching serial numbers.
Right side of the frame has light edge wear at the forward edge and light edge wear along the upper edge. The high area has light finish wear throughout as well as various light scratches in the polished finish. Light edge wear on the dust cover, trigger guard, and on the top and bottom edges of the front strap. Light edge wear on the beavertail. Left side of the frame has light edge wear at the forward edge and light to mild edge wear along the upper edge. Small scratches in the finish throughout the high area. Light edge wear on the dust cover and on the bottom edge of the front strap. Curved scratch in the finish caused by the slide stop lever. Typical mark on the frame from safety selector usage. On the underside of the frame there are various light marks in the finish on the dust cover and underside of the trigger guard.
Slide has light finish wear throughout. Mild edge wear along the upper edge on the left and right sides of the slide. Light edge wear around the ejection port. Light finish wear on the front sight.
Original wood grips are in good condition, with various light pressure marks found throughout from regular handling. The finish on the right side grip has mild to fair finish wear, with some darkening noted around the grip serrations on both grips.
The frame is stamped with "9mm P m/49" and the Danish crown over HTK, indicating that this pistol was manufactured for and issued to HTK, or Haerens Tekniske Korps (Army Technical Corps).
Packaged in a blue box with the Royal Danish Army's coat of arms on the lid and "SIG P210-DK M/49" indicated.
C&R eligible. Discreet import engraving. See our How To Order page for ordering instructions.
The SIG m/49 is the Danish contract version of the Swiss SIG P49 / P210. Chambered in 9mm, it was issued to officers, military police, and special forces and was the standard sidearm for the Danish military for 60 years.