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A Pistolet 75/95, made for Swiss Customs. It’s not a common variation. It’s basically a SIG-Sauer P220 that traded its lanyard hole for chromed magazines and tritium nightsights (they are dead, which is why it was so cheap). I don’t know why there are white dots on top of the sights. 

I’m not a big fan of square triggerguards and double action, but it’s a very nice pistol.

Serial number begins with “Z”, for “Zoll”, while military SIG P220 got an “A” prefix. [guns] [sig-sauer] [switzerland]

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A Pistolet 75/95, made for Swiss Customs. It’s not a common variation. It’s basically a SIG-Sauer P220 that traded its lanyard hole for chromed magazines and tritium nightsights (they are dead, which is why it was so cheap). I don’t know why there are white dots on top of the sights. 

I’m not a big fan of square triggerguards and double action, but it’s a very nice pistol.

Serial number begins with “Z”, for “Zoll”, while military SIG P220 got an “A” prefix. [guns] [sig-sauer] [switzerland]

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The glorious MAB P15, a non-browning tack-driver.

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The area where P.75 and P226 are really different : P.75 got a 9 shots magazine when P226 can hold 6 cartridges more, so its handle is a little fatter and less small-hands friendly.

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The area where P.75 and P226 are really different : P.75 got a 9 shots magazine when P226 can hold 6 cartridges more, so its handle is a little fatter and less small-hands friendly.

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SIG P.75 vs. SIG-Sauer P226.

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SIG P.75 vs. SIG-Sauer P226.