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Sig Sauer Proforce M17 Airsoft Green Gas Pistol

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Sig Sauer Proforce M17 Airsoft Green Gas Pistol

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Product description

The US Army's' new modular handgun system, is now available for the first time in an operational airsoft format developed for the training professional,
On January 19, 2017, it was official, SIG SAUER won the United States Military' Modular Handgun System trials, with the P320 MHS (M17 Full Size and M18 Carry). Now you can own and train with a piece of history, as SIG SAUER introduces the SIG AIR Perforce M17 airsoft training pistol with the same unparalleled look and feel as the U. S. Army's new M17. The M17 airsoft training pistol comes wrapped in the same coyote tan as selected by the U. S. military Chosen by the U. S. Army, available to you for the first time.

TECH SPECS:


Model: SIG M17 Gas Blowback Pistol
Operating System: Green Gas Blowback (Green Gas not included)
Caliber: . 6mm
Muzzle Velocity: up to 320 fps
Construction: Coyote Metal Slide and Polymer Grip Frame
Action Type: Semi-Auto
Sights: Fixed White Dot Sights with R Reflex sight mount plate option
Ambidextrous safety and slide lock
Breaks down for cleaning and maintenance just like the real one.
Mags Included: (1) 21rd Airsoft Mag
Overall Length: 6. 5in (165. 1 mm)
Weight: 3lbs lb. (1. 4 kg)




From the manufacturer

SIG SAUER world renowned firearms are the weapons of choice for many of the premier global military, law enforcement and commercial users.

We build one of the toughest, precise rifles, pistols, suppressors, optics, ammunition, and airguns, while offering one of the finest firearms training — all as a fully integrated system. We do this because we share the same drive to be the best, the same love of freedom, the same unwillingness to compromise — as those who choose SIG.

The global network of companies gives SIG SAUER a world-class firearms knowledge base, unparalleled design expertise, and extensive manufacturing capacity, enabling the company to respond quickly and effectively to changing market conditions and the needs of its military, law enforcement, and commercial markets worldwide.

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