|Model:||MC2c Stainless Two-Tone|
|Caliber:||9mm Luger (9x19mm Parabellum)|
|Slide finish:||Matte Stainless|
|Rate of twist:||1 in 16"|
|Frame finish:||Matte Black|
|Trigger pull:||6.6 lbs.|
Combining optimal shoot ability with superior ergonomics, the MC1sc features an optimized grip angle for easier targeting, a flat-profile trigger for an improved pull, and our exclusive Safe Takedown System: a design that does not require the user to pull the trigger during the disassembly process. The MC1sc was built for concealment with its slim, dehorned profile that allows for a snag-free draw. Weighing only 22 ounces fully loaded. Natural and comfortable in your hand thanks to the grip palm swell. Grip panels are integrated with aggressive texturing for added control for a confident, firm grip under a variety of conditions. The MC1sc trigger (approx. 6 lbs pull) has an integrated blade safety, a short, tactile reset, and reduced overtravel. It features a crisp, clean break and smooth take-up, which means less hand movement for a truer, more accurate shot. Standard snag-free dovetail white three-dot sights (Sig #8 compatible) offer easier target acquisition and quicker draw. TRUGLO® Tritium PRO™ sights are also available as a factory option. Each MC1sc ships with a flush-fit 6-round and an extended 7-round magazine. Clear-Count magazines feature easy-to-remove floor plates, and high-visibility followers made out of a lubricious polymer compound. All models have a reversible magazine release. The MC1sc is equipped with our exclusive Safe Takedown System. It requires the user to make the handgun completely safe by removing the striker assembly before removing the slide. The user is not required to pull the trigger in order to disassemble the handgun for cleaning and maintenance: 1. Remove the magazine and lock open and clear the action. Push the rear slide plate button and slide it down. 2. Once the slide plate is removed, the orange end of the striker assembly will be visible. 3. Close the action by pulling the slide fully rearward and releasing it gently. This will allow the slide to push out the striker assembly. 4. The striker assembly is safely removed from the pistol without ever pulling the trigger. The slide is then pushed forward towards the muzzle, and removed off of the frame.