Staccato XL DPO 9mm, 5.4" Bull Barrel, Optics Ready, Green FO Front, SS Barrel, DLC, 20rd

$3,599.99
(2 reviews)
UPC:
816781016587

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Product Description

With hundreds of USPSA, 3-Gun, and Tactical Games under its belt, the Staccato XL is the perfect match for range and competition shooters looking to shoot their personal best. The Staccato XL has the weight, speed, and accuracy to turn heads. Extremely fun to shoot and target ready, this pistol has a light, fast-cycling slide and a long sight radius.

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WARNING: 
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

  • 5

    Sublime and worth the investment

    Posted by Brett A Hoover on Mar 6th 2022

    I started my obsession with Sig Sauer. Then Glock, CZ and Walther. From there it was H&K, then my first 1911 (Dan Wesson), and finally my first 2011 (Staccato).
    The only thing I enjoy more than supporting Staccato as a small business, is shooting their pistols. Although they are considered by some to be an “entry-level” 2011, shooting a Staccato 2011 is like activating a cheat code.
    If you’re on the fence… stop thinking and take the plunge.

  • 5

    Sublime and worth the investment

    Posted by Brett A Hoover on Mar 6th 2022

    I started my obsession with Sig Sauer. Then Glock, CZ and Walther. From there it was H&K, then my first 1911 (Dan Wesson), and finally my first 2011 (Staccato).
    The only thing I enjoy more than supporting Staccato as a small business, is shooting their pistols. Although they are considered by some to be an “entry-level” 2011, shooting a Staccato 2011 is like activating a cheat code.
    If you’re on the fence… stop thinking and take the plunge.

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