Used SIG P226 prices...


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bflobill_69
February 10, 2010, 02:18 PM
Thinking I might wanna pick one of these up. What should I expect to pay for a used on in good shape?

Don't see too many at the gun shops in Northcentral AZ, but sure if I take a drive down the hill to Phoenix I will see a few available...

Thankyou in advance,

Bflobill69

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Sapper771
February 11, 2010, 01:02 AM
Which Sig 226s are you referring to ? Newer milled slide sigs or the older stamped slide sigs ?
You can always look on gunbroker or gunsamerica and see about what they are going for, or you can pick up a blue book of gun values and get a decent round about cost on them.
I bought a well used W.German P226 for $600. Not a great deal , but the gun was calling for me, and I brought her home. GREAT PISTOL !
Numerous Sig owners will tell you that the West German/German (stamped slide) Sigs are the better of the bunch. I agree with them. There is just something about those old Sigs.

9mmepiphany
February 11, 2010, 01:11 AM
it was just a couple of weeks ago that there were LE trade-in 226s on the market for $399-$449. they had excellent internals, minimal wear on the rails and some holster were on the exterior. i had a friend buy 2 or them

wcoats
February 11, 2010, 10:17 PM
I just Picked up an older stamped slide SIG P226 for $499, and people at my local range told me this was a good deal.

hub
February 11, 2010, 10:35 PM
I bought a used one a few weeks ago for $450. It was made in 1999, in good shape with out much wear.

bflobill_69
February 12, 2010, 07:00 PM
Sorry, I was referring to the older LE models. I have heard great things about accuracy, durability and reliability of these guns...

Those prices seem really good for a used 226, they are much higher here where I am.

Thanks again for your input gang,

Bflobill69

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