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Sig 220 Carry

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by bill111444, Aug 6, 2012.

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  1. bill111444

    bill111444 Member

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    I'm going to buy a Sig 220 Carry for CC. I narrowed it down to two, either the 220 SAS Generation II Nitron or the 220 Equinox. I just can't decide which one, I'm 51% for the SAS, it looks "ALL business" and I like the idea of "no rail". Then I look at the EQ, WOW, what a good looking gun, then it becomes 51%. I'd like to know your opinion? :):)
     
  2. Inebriated

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    SAS... that Equinox is going to get scratched, worn, and dirty being carried.... Wouldn't want to do that to such a gorgeous gun, would you?
     
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    I see no reason for a rail on a CCW pistol. A home defense pistol? Yes.
     
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    Another vote for the SAS. For a carry gun, it's the way to go.
     
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    The SAS models are designed for carry. There are no sharp edges or anything to get hung up on. If this is going to be a daily carry for you, get the SAS, you won't be disappointed.
     
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    I like the potential versatility that a rail offers so I'd go that direction. You want not want the rail now but maybe later you will.
     
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    220 Equinox !!! Thats been my main carry for 6 months now. I like the "LOOK" !!!!
     
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    Will you be carrying openly? A good looking gun carried concealed is kind of silly unless you just enjoy admiring it when you're home.
     
  9. bill111444

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    Thanks for the replies, I agree with the majority, the SAS Carry. I think it is a "good looker" too. It reminds me of the Smith M19 snub...everything you need and nothing you don't.
     
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    I do that a lot. :eek: But then, when it comes to looks, I buy things I like to look at, not for what I think others might like to see.
     
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