We’ve received another Sig 1911, the TTT, and we’ve added it to our store / site.
From Sig Sauer:
The 1911 TTT – or Triple T – is a two-tone 1911 with Nitron slide and black controls on a Natural Stainless frame. This non-railed pistol is accented by beautiful custom wood grips and topped off with adjustable combat night sights. The all stainless steel frame and slide of the Triple T are machined to exacting tolerances and hand-fitted to insure reliability and performance. The frame features 25-line per inch checkering on the front strap – while the mainspring housing has 20-line per inch checkering – and both the frame and slide are de-horned for comfortable full-size carry. Like all SIG SAUER products the 1911 TTT pistol contains only premium internal parts including a match grade barrel, hammer/sear set and trigger. For safety the Revolution™ TTT features a beavertail grip safety with speed bump, extended thumb safety, firing pin safety and hammer intercept notch and ships in a plastic gun case with cable lock.
We just posted photos and specs on Sig’s 1911 Traditional Compact Stainless model and in addition to the compact, we’ve now got the 1911 Traditional Match Elite pistol in stock.
The Traditional Match Elite 1911 (1911T-45-TME) features a natural stainless slide, Nitron finished frame, traditional round top slide, ground side flats, front cocking serrations, custom wood grips, front strap serrations, and an ambidextrous safety. This model also ships with two magazines with bumpers.
Like the Traditional Compact, the Traditional Match Elite was announced in January and appeared in Sig Sauer’s 2011 catalog. Also like the Traditional Compact, the specs published in the catalog don’t exactly match the specs of the version released. The specs and catalog show the Traditional Match Elite with the “triangle” three hole speed trigger and it is being shipped with a solid trigger.
See detailed photos of the Traditional Match Elite 1911 below or head over to our store for full specs, availability, and pricing.
Sig Sauer announced a number of new 1911′s in January and many of these new models are just starting to ship. Today we received Sig Sauer’s 1911 Traditional Compact Stainless (Model 1911TCO-45-SSS) chambered in .45 ACP.
The Traditional Compact Stainless is another example of Sig’s great quality 1911′s. This model features a natural stainless steel slide and frame, night sights, wood grips, and three “triangle hole” trigger.
It is worth noting that there are a number of variations in the production version of the 1911 Traditional Compact Stainless compared to the original specs released in January. Below is the portion of Sig Sauer’s 2011 catalog showing the specs for the new pistol:
If you look at the photos of the actual model being shipped shown below, you’ll notice that the grips are not the Hogue custom wood grips shown in the above spec and the night sights are made by Trijicon…
Are you frustrated that there are never enough choices when it comes to purchasing a Sig Sauer pistol? Do you find that there isn’t enough variety? Do you find yourself wanting a different finish / configuration for each day of the week?
Well, you probably answered no to all of those questions but that doesn’t mean that you aren’t going to have the option of choosing between 7 new Sig Sauer Mosquitos when you’re selecting your next .22 LR pistol! That isn’t a typo – there are 7 new models.
That’s right! Sig Sauer is rolling out the following new Mosquito configurations:
MOS-22-CAR – Carbon Fiber (finish is assumed) – MSRP $469
MOS-22-MULTI – Multi Camo – MSRP $469
MOS-22-MULTI_TB – Multi Camo with Threaded Barrel – MSRP $493
MOS-22-OD – OD Frame – MSRP $419
MOS-22-OD-TB – OD Frame with Threaded Barrel – MSRP $444
MOS-22-FDE – Flat Dark Earth Frame – MSRP $419
MOS-22-FDE-TB – Flat Dark Earth Frame with Threaded Barrel – MSRP $444
I hear that Oprah is looking for work – I think she would be a good spokesperson for these: “You get a Mosquito, you get a Mosquito, you get a Mosquito, everybody gets a different Mosquito!”
You can grab one of each and you’ll have a different .22LR pistol for every day of the week! If you’re already into collecting Mosquito pistols, you better go ahead and add all 7 of these to your collection. In fact, if you do buy all 7, I’d love to see a photo of your collection. Send me a photo and I’ll mail you a groovy Sig Sauer sticker! That is some real incentive, huh?!
Update 6-16-11 – we’ve got photos now of a few models:
We’re running a sale on Sig Sauer’s P290 Two Tone (290-9-TSS) 9mm subcompact pistol chambered in 9mm. The Two Tone model has a natural stainless slide on a polymer frame. The P290 coupled with the extended length magazine really feels great in your hand.
Along with Sig’s Summer Refresh, as I call it, another P220 was added to the line – an all stainless model with a nitron finished stainless slide. In addition to the stainless steel slide and frame, the P220 SBSS features Hogue rubber grips, SIGLite night sights, and the frame was made in Germany.
We’ve got another non-cataloged Sig Sauer pistol in stock. The pistol is a Sig P226 9mm with a stainless steel frame and silde. The part number is 226-9-SSS. Even though the part number does not have a R, this model does have a rail.
This model is rather difficult to acquire because the frame is made in Germany. There is a pretty significant shortage of stainless frames (I believe all Sig’s stainless steel frames are made in Germany still). Sig Sauer still imports this model because it is legal to own in California. Because it isn’t cataloged and has a stainless frame, it is pretty widely demanded.