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SIG-Sauer P230 SL in .380 Auto

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New Old Stock!
.380 Auto [9mm Kurrz]
Right Hand
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SIG-Sauer P-230 pistols were designed in 1977 and produced in Germany between 1977 and 1996, in a joint venture of the J.P. Sauer (Germany) and a SIG Arms (Swiss) as a compact police and self-defence pistol.

The design and function of the P230 is of the simple fixed barrel, straight blow-back configuration. It has a reputation as a well-built firearm, and competes with the Walther PPK.

The P230 SL is the all-stainless finish and comes with a molded polymer, wrap-around grip, that is contoured to give the shooter a comfortable and secure hold on the weapon.

The trigger comes from the factory with a 24 newtons (5.5 lbf) single-action pull, and is capable of both single-action and double-action. Pulling back the slide sets the hammer backwards and downwards to its single-action position, making for a very short and crisp trigger pull, with minimal take-up. The double-action pull is longer and more stiff, but still very smooth. It has no external safeties, though it does have a "de-cocking" lever positioned just above the right-handed shooter's thumb, on the left side of the grip. The lever provides for a safe method of lowering the hammer from its full-cocked, single-action position, to a "half-cock", double-action safe position where the hammer itself falls forward to a locking point about an eighth of an inch from the rear of the firing pin. Once de-cocked, it is physically impossible for the hammer to drop completely and contact the firing pin, which would otherwise greatly increase the risk of the unintentional discharge of a chambered round. In order for the round to discharge, the full double-action pull would have to be completed, which allows for the pistol to be carried reasonably safely with a round chambered. In addition, the SIG P232 has an automatic firing pin safety.

The sights are the traditional SIG design and configuration, with a dot on the front sight and a rectangle on the rear sight. To aim using the sights, the shooter simply aligns the dot over the rectangle. The magazine release is located behind and below the magazine floor plate. The magazine is released by pushing the lever towards the rear of the grip, at which point the magazine can be removed from the pistol.


Weight 520 g (18.5 oz)
Length 17 cm (6.6 in)
Barrel length 9.1 cm (3.6 in)
Width 3.0 cm (1.2 in)
Height 12 cm (4.7 in)
Cartridge .380 ACP
Action Double Action/Single Action (DA/SA) with de-cocking lever
Feed system 7-round magazine (.380 ACP)
Sights Fixed front and rear

This collectable pistol is new old stock - never fired - in its original case/box.

Be quick very limited stock left.

Price plus transfers and shipping to your licenced firearm dealer.

Transfers through Andrew Hepner & Sons Fine Guns, Geelong, Victoria.
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