Usual drift adjustable front and rear sight. Swiss cross-in-shield on rear sight base. Left side of slide and frame with full serial number that is repeated along with the SIG logo and “7.65 Para” caliber on the exposed barrel hood. Usual white highlighted S (safe) and red highlighted F (fire). Disassembly shows an unnumbered half cock hammer group, correct for commercial pistol. Slide, frame, safety lever, and magazine release are matte finished with the barrel, hammer, trigger and slide release in the white. Checkered grips secured with a single transverse screw. Unnumbered magazines with matte finish as correct for this era pistol. Light tan holster and strap with manufacturer logo on hold-down tab.
Standard matte finish SIG P210-2 in the commercial “P” prefix serial range with checkered walnut grips, spare magazine and commercial holster with strap.
Excellent original condition with only a few tiny handling marks. Same exemplary condition applies to the grips, magazines and holster. Mirror bore and perfect manual mechanics. An outstanding example of a P210-2 that would grace any collection.