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Old 04-04-2017, 07:57 PM   #46
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Many of the models are offered in all stainless steel and/or Elite versions. Elite versions have forward cocking serrations and a beaver-tail. A Dark version is a black all-stainless version. Match versions come with an extended slide and barrel.
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Only thing I would add (for completeness) is that "Elite" also includes SRT. Bevertail, Front Cocking Serrations, SRT
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The P6 was SIG's entry into West Germany's effort to standardize a 9x19mm police service sidearm on a national level. The P1 was the post-war P38 with an alloy frame. The P2 was a SIG P210-4, and P3s were the Astra 600s that the Third Reich had ordered for the Luftwaffe during WWII that were not delivered. The P4 was a PIP Walther P38/P1 with an improved safety, locking block, and shorter, fatter barrel. The P5 was Walther's entry into the police service istol competiton/fray, with the P6 being SIG's entry. The P7 was HK's PSP squeeze-cocker, and the P8 was HK's USP. The P225A1 is a much more svelte pistola that the original P225, which was the commercial model designation for the P6. I have both, and prefer the P225A1.
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This is from Wikipedia under Sig Sauer:

The P229 is nearly identical to the P228, however its slide is made from milled stainless steel (versus the P228's forged carbon steel slide) and is available in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .357 SIG. In the summer of 2012, SIG Sauer announced they were releasing the M11A1, which is essentially the milled-slide P229 chambered in 9mm with P228-labeled grips, a short reset trigger, SIGLITE tritium night sights, Mec-Gar 15-round magazines, and a military style smart tag and serial number
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