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Bought me a Sig P220

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by RussB, Oct 26, 2008.

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  1. RussB

    RussB Member

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    I just bought a slightly used one. Very sweet looking gun, and the trigger is very revolver-like, which for me is a good thing. Feels good. I'll shoot it tomorrow. Front night sight, nice wood grips and it seems someone added a short trigger?

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    It also came with some pretty cool "goodies". A Laser Devices Inc laser module, 5 magazines and the case

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    Well, what ya'll think of these? Anyone have one? Share your experiences, good or bad :)
     
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  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Congrat's Sir-

    I carried an ole' West German SIG-SAUER .45 ACP P220A for 'bout 12 years
    as a duty weapon. It NEVER let me down, and today it looks as good as the
    day I bought it~! enjoy :scrutiny: ;)

    McCain-Palin On Nov. 4th~!
     
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  3. Frandy

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    You bought a fine personal defense sidearm. This board is full of Sig lovers and Sig detractors, but the Sigs I own and shoot are dependable, accurate, and my preferred carry choice, despite their size and weight.

    I carry your new gun's plainer and DA/SA sibling. Let us know how you like your Sig.

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  4. RussB

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    Thanks for the replies :)

    Frandy, is that the original factory trigger on your compact?
     
  5. SigP229R

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    They are a very nice pistol. I Have a 229P in .40 and it is a great shooter. Only problem with it is the inaccuracy of the operator.
     
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    Nice looking Sig. I was actually going to pick up the exact same one at that gun shop...but then I had to keep my style.:D
     
  7. Kind of Blued

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    That's about as close to a revolver as an auto can get, and I mean that in the best way possible.

    A beautiful, outright dependable, nice smooth DA trigger, large-bullet launching piece of art that can also save your life. :) Congrats.
     
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    Very nice looking pistol! I have a couple of Sigs myself, great handguns.
     
  9. The Lone Haranguer

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    I am lusting after a SAO version. :)
     
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