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14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard 9mm Black Nitron Walnut Grips
Brand New Sig Sauer P210 9MM Pistol. Meant to balance well in one hand or two, this P210 is chambered in 9mm and has new sleek, custom walnut grips, a precision-machined stainless steel slide and frame, and a lightweight target trigger. It also has a 5″ barrel, an overall weight of 36.9oz, with steel 3 dot contrast sights set on the nitron finished stainless steel slide. Also included are two 8 round steel magazines.
HISTORY of 14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard
The 14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard is a series of semi-automatic pistols designed and manufactured by Beretta of Italy. The 92 was designed in 1975 and production began in 1976, many variants in several different calibers continue to be used to the present.
Joint Combat Pistol was the name for a former US program for a new military sidearm to replace the M9 Pistol, extant from late 2005 to early 2006. The program was started in 2005 and run by USSOCOM. It is the result of a merger of two earlier programs, the army’s Future Handgun System (FHS) and the Special Operations Forces Combat Pistol. Current requirements for the JCP include being chambered for caliber .45 ACP, having an integrated Picatinny rail, including day/night sights, and being capable of accepting a suppressor.
On March 10, 2006 a modification to the earlier request was made, changing the name from Joint Combat Pistol to Combat Pistol. The number of pistols sought was reduced from 645,000 handguns to 50,000. This effectively reverted to the SOF Combat Pistol program in terms of its scale, as the army dropped its participation. In the autumn of 2006, the Combat Pistol (CP) program was suspended indefinitely.
In a 2007 supplemental session, the congressional defense sub-committee appropriated $5 million to a Joint Combat Pistol study.
Type: Semi-automatic pistol
Place of origin: Italy
Service history: In service 1976–present
Manufacturer: Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta
SPECIFICATIONS OF 14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard
14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard open slide design ensures smooth feeding and ejection of ammunition and allows easy clearing of obstructions. The hard-chromed barrel bore reduces barrel wear and protects it from corrosion. The falling locking block design provides good accuracy and operability with suppressors due to the in-line travel of the barrel. This is in contrast to the complex travel of Browning designed barrels. The magazine release button is reversible with simple field tools. Reversing the magazine release makes left-handed operation much easier.
Increasingly, it has become popular to reduce handgun weight and cost as well as increase corrosion resistance by using polymers. Starting around the year 2000, Beretta began replacing some parts with polymer and polymer coated metal. Polymer parts include the recoil spring guide rod (which is now also fluted), magazine floor plate, magazine follower and the mainspring cap/lanyard loop. Polymer coated metal parts include the left side safety lever, trigger, and magazine release button.
To keep in line with the introduction of laws in some locations restricting 14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, Beretta now manufactures magazines that hold fewer than the factory standard 15 rounds. These magazines have heavier crimping (deeper indentations in the side) to reduce the available space while still keeping the same external dimensions and ensuring that these magazines can be used on existing firearms. Beretta also produces 15 round “Sand Resistant” magazines to resolve issues encountered with contractor made magazines, and 17 round magazines included with the A1 models. Both magazines function in earlier 92 series and M9 model pistols.
Italian magazine manufacturer Mec-Gar now produces 14 Sig Sauer P210 Standard magazines in blue and nickel finishes with an 18-round capacity, which fit flush in the magazine well on the 92 series. Mec-Gar also produces an extended 20-round blued magazine that protrudes below the frame by 3⁄4 inch (19 mm). These magazines provide users in unrestricted states with a larger capacity magazine.
Mass: 950 grams (34 oz) (92), 970 grams (34 oz) (92S/SB/F/G), 920 grams (32 oz) (92D), 900 grams (32 oz) (Compact/Vertec)
Length: 217 millimeters (8.5 in), 211 millimeters (8.3 in) (Vertec), 197 millimeters (7.8 in) (Compact/Centurion)
Barrel length: 125 millimeters (4.9 in), 119 millimeters (4.7 in) (Vertec/Elites/Border Marshal/Combo), 109 millimeters (4.3 in) (Compact/Centurion)
Cartridge: 9×19mm Parabellum (92 series), .40 S&W (96 series), 9×21mm IMI (98 series), 7.65mm Luger (98 series)
Muzzle velocity: 381 m/s (1,250 ft/s)
Effective firing range: 50 m (160 ft)
Feed system: Detachable box magazine: 10, 15, 17, 18, 20, 30, 32 rounds (92, 98 series)
10, 11, 12, 13, 15 rounds (96 series), 10, 13 rounds (Compact L), 8 rounds (Compact Type M)
The United States military replaced the M1911A1 .45 ACP pistol in 1985 with the Beretta 92FS, designated as the M9.