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SIG SAUER Announces P226 Select Sweepstakes

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It's time to kick-off the summer right, and register for a chance to win the SIG SAUER P226 Select. Take a chance and you could be the one lucky sweepstakes winner by visiting sigsauer.com/promotions now through July 4, 2018 to participate in this promotion.

The SIG SAUER P226 Select is a classic full-size pistol designed for ultimate performance. The P226 is the pistol that set the standard by which all other combat handguns are measured. Designed as SIG's entrant in the military trials to replace the 1911, today the P226 is in use by federal agents, and numerous law enforcement agencies worldwide. Features include front cocking serrations, select G10 series grips, low-profile controls, SIGLITE Night Sights, a short reset trigger, and 15 round steel magazines.

There's no purchase necessary to enter. For full contest rules, terms, and conditions visit sigsauer.com/promotions.


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