The NLEOMF, founded in 1984, tells the story of American law enforcement. It remembers the fallen, and makes it safer for those that serve. Additionally, NLEOMF built and maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, along with the National Law Enforcement Museum. The NLEOMF also organizes National Police Week and conducts research into officers fatalities.
“This week is National Police Week and SIG SAUER honors our law enforcement officers that put themselves in harms way every day, while remembering those that paid the ultimate sacrifice,” said Tom Jankiewicz, Executive Vice President Law Enforcement Sales. “The production of these unique pistols will raise awareness for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, and provide funding to support the important work they do on behalf of our nation’s law enforcement officers.”
SIG Sauer Commemorative Pistols
The SIG 1911 Nitron features a Nitron-coated stainless steel frame and slide. The right side wears an engraving with the memorial badge and rose, along with “National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.” Other slide engraving includes the American flag and thin blue line, along with “Respect, Honor, Remember. The .45-caliber, hammer-fired pistol comes with SIGLite Night Sights, checkered Rosewood grips and three eight-round magazines.
The SIG 1911 Stainless features and steel frame and slide engraved on the right side with a Protector Lion. The lion comes from the National Law Enforcement Memorial Wall. The top of the slide features the memorial badge and rose, along with “Respect, Honor, Remember.” Meanwhile, the left side wears “It is not how these officers died that made them heroes it is how they lived.” Chambered in .45 ACP, the hammer-fired 1911 Stainless comes with SIGLite Night Sights, Blackwood grips and three eight-round magazines.
The SIG P320 Carry features an engraving of the National Law Enforcement Memorial Logo. The NLEOMF P320 Carry, chambered in 9mm, comes with a Carry grip module. The pistol features SIGLite Night Sights, an ambidextrous slide catch lever and three 17-round magazines.
SIG plans to donate $50 for each P320, and $100 for each 1991 Nitron and 1911 Stainless. For more information, visit sigsauer.com.