Sig Sauer P229 M11-A1 9mm Pistol w/ Night Sights

Sig Sauer
$1,199.00 $815.00
(2 reviews)
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Designed to meet, and exceed, rigorous military standards, the Sig Sauer M11-A1 Compact performs like no other 9mm available. This pistol features the black hard-coat finish on its alloy frame and SIG's Nitron finish over a stainless slide. Internal parts and controls are phosphated for extreme corrosion resistance and reduced friction while the barrel is finished in Nitron which easily passes the military's accuracy requirements, even after 20,000 rounds. This pistol also passes the military's 240-hour salt spray corrosion test. Additional features include vertical front strap serrations and SIGLITE night sights.

Cartridge 9mm Luger
Action Type Semi-Automatic
Capacity 15+1 Round
Magazine Quantity 3
Height 5.4 Inches
Weight 29.6 Ounce
Width 1.5 Inches
Overall Length 7.1 Inches
Barrel Length 3.9 Inches
Barrel Material Carbon Steel
Barrel Finish Black
Threaded Muzzle No
Compensated No
Front Sight Night Sight
Rear Sight Night Sight
Sight Radius 5.7 Inches
Slide Material Stainless Steel
Slide Finish Nitron
Frame Material Alloy
Frame Finish Anodized
Grip Material Polymer
Grip Style Stippled
Grip Color Black
Country of Origin United States of America
Trigger Type Double/Single action
Safety Decocker Only


  • 5
    M11-A1 228 Sig Pistol 9mm

    Posted by wes crume on 27th Nov 2023

    My purchase arrived super fast, exactly what I ordered, and brand spanking new....! Excellent company to deal with. Satisfied customer!!!!

  • 5

    Posted by AJ on 13th Nov 2023

    This review is for the mk25 that has no page anymore but might apply to the bulk price sigs they are recently advertising. I was excited to get this deal when I saw the latch on my case was broken and a big blue LEO sticker on the case. Nowhere on these sales were they marketed as LEO trade in. Gun’s finish was perfect . 2022 manufactured. Got it home regardless of this issue. Found left rear sight completely dead so that is likely why whoever dumped them. If you’re picky I’d be careful. Would it hurt, AU, to disclose these pistols are LEO trades? I knew it was my pistol once I transferred but was surprised at it being a LEO. Haven’t had this experience with half a dozen firearm purchases on here but will have to consider that for future purchases on this site.