The P226 has been the standard sidearm carried by U.S. Navy SEALs for a generation. While key components are fabricated from stainless steel, the frame is made of a lightweight hard-anodized aluminum alloy. The standard magazine carries 15 9mm rounds. The two-pound guns feature a phosphate corrosion-resistant finish and have been made in both Germany and New Hampshire. You can buy one for $1,038 (MSRP).
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