Swiss SIG P210-6 Sport Pistol w/ Holster - sn P89xxx
Swiss SIG P210-6 Sport Pistol, early 1980s production, chambered in 7.65mm, in excellent condition with 95% original finish. 5/5 Bore. All visible serial numbers matching.
Overall matte media blasted finish is in excellent condition. On the right side of the frame there is very light to light edge wear at the forward edge with faint edge wear along the upper edge. There are a few minor to very light blemishes in the finish at the high area. Very light mark in the finish below the slide stop lever pin and a very light mark above the trigger pin. Left side of the frame has very light edge wear at the forward edge of the high area and the dust cover. There are a couple of very light marks in the finish along the high area. Very light mark below the slide stop lever. Expected mark from the safety selector lever. Very light edge wear at the upper edge of the front strap. Small mark of light edge wear on the bottom edge of the front strap.
Slide has minor edge wear along the upper edge on both sides. Light edge wear around the muzzle. White dot front sight has very light edge wear on the top. Fixed rear sight with light edge wear on top.
The optional SIG wood grips are installed instead of the basic plastic grips. Grips have very good checkering. Light finish wear from handling. The right side grip has a few very light to light pressure marks near the top. "124" is hand written on the inside of the grips.
Includes factory owner's manual, one spare magazine (two magazines total), and magazine loader.
Packaged inside original blue SIG box with internal foam, worn but intact.
Modern production; not C&R eligible. Very discreet import engraving. See our How To Order page for ordering instructions.
Originally manufactured in 1947 by SIG in Neuhausen, Switzerland, this pistol was first designated as the SP 47/8 and became the standard military pistol of the Swiss Army in 1949 under the designation Pistole 49 (P49). The military P49 is identified by it's A-Prefix serial number and has a distinct engraving of the Swiss shield above the slide just in front of the rear sight.
Later designated as the P210, this handgun is constructed of steel and is chambered in either 9x19mm or 7.65x21mm Parabellum. The SIG P210 has been manufactured continuously for over 55 years with numerous variations, all of which are highly valued for their historical significance and reputation for surgical accuracy.