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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by robomanusa, Apr 3, 2004.

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  1. robomanusa

    robomanusa Member

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    SIG P220ST...

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    I haven't had a chance to get to the range yet and shoot it to see what it likes or dislikes.....what do your guys P220's seem to prefer, any recomendations?

    I was hoping to get out to the range sometime this past week and try it out but didnt get the time, now will be another week or so, last night I had a slight machining accident while at work and it left me without the tip of my left index finger :(....atleast it wasnt my trigger finger....:D

    Regards,
    Nick
     
  2. BamBam-31

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    I just shoot WWB through mine, and I can get 10 shot 2" groups at 50' with mine. It's just unbelievably accurate. My Springfield Loaded w/ Bar-Sto barrel doesn't match up. I think you have to pay a LOT of $$ to get a 1911 to shoot as accurately as the 220 ST.

    It's a keeper, definitely. I can't sing its praises enough.
     
  3. robomanusa

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    Thanks BamBam-31 , I cant wait to get to the range to give it a good workout...:D

    --Nick
     
  4. wardog

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    Nice!

    I see you've got what looks to be one of the early models with the Sig proprietary accesory rail. I think they look better than the newer type rail, but I hear that you can't find lights/etc to fit on the earlier rail.
     
  5. robomanusa

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    Thanks wardog , I think your right about the rail, though its not a big deal for me as I'm not a fan of attaching lights to my firearms....I tend to see lights attached to firearms as a potential target for someone that should be on the receiving end of your fire, and not give them something to shoot back at...LOL

    Regards,
    Nick
     
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