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STI DVC Steel 2011 Pistol – Start Winning Matches

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)- The new DVC Steel 2011 Pistol delivers the same performance as the DVC Open Pistol without the requirement of major power factor ammunition allowing for the use of standard 9mm or .38 Super rounds.

The DVC 2011 Steel Pistol is built slightly shorter than the DVC Open Pistol for faster target transitions helping shooters improve their scores.

The gun has a DLC hard chrome finish that will not only provide great looks, but also corrosion resistance for hundreds of thousands of rounds. The 4.15” barrel (plus compensator) is TiN coated to provide long lasting fit and enhanced lubricity. The gun features the DVC stippled grip, oversized magwell, extended magazines and the Recoil Master dual spring system.

DVC Steel 2011 Pistol
DVC Steel 2011 Pistol

The DVC Steel has a 20 round capacity with both 9mm and .38 Super ammunition. With a 2.5lb trigger pull, front & rear slide lightening cuts, Recoil Master dual spring system, C-More 6-MOA sights and the new TX1 Compensator, the DVC Steel Pistol will have competitors winning steel matches in no time.

The new DVC Steel Pistol from STI International sells for $3,999.

For more information, please visit www.stiguns.com or e-mail [email protected]

About STI International. Performance Defined. STI is based out of Georgetown, Texas and is the premier manufacturer of 1911 & 2011 style firearms. The company is dedicated to providing the highest quality firearms for competition, duty, or self-defense use. From introducing the firearms industry into the precision world of “EDM” hammers, sears, and components to the invention of the legendary 2011 platform, STI has continually led the firearms market in product development and quality.


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