STI has expanded its considerable product line yet again with its new DVC Steel 2011 pistol for competitive shooting.
Designed to accept standard 9mm or .38 Super rounds, the DVC Steel is built slightly shorter than STI’s DVC Open pistol, allowing for faster target transitions and enabling shooters to improve their scores. The gun sports a DLC hard chrome finish that not only looks great but also provides effective corrosion resistance for hundreds of thousands of rounds.
The DVC Steel features a 4.15-inch barrel, plus a TX1 compensator. The barrel is TiN coated for a longer lasting fit and enhanced lubricity. The pistol also boasts a DVC stippled grip; oversized maxwell; extended magazines; and the Recoil Master dual spring system, as well as 2.5-pound trigger pull; front and rear slide lightning cuts; C-More 6-MOA sights.
The new DVC Steel offers a 20-round capacity with both 9mm and .38 Super ammunition. It’s available for $3,999.
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To learn more about STI’s full range of firearms and accessories, visit stiguns.com.
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