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Sig 226 and AGI videos / DVDs

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by judaspriest, Jan 26, 2008.

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  1. judaspriest

    judaspriest Member

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    Hi all,

    I have heard nice things about the AGI SIG armorer's course DVD, however it's
    kind of pricey and I am not clear on how much additional info it has over what is in the armorer's manual (free PDF online) and Sig's own website's maintenance videos (also free). Can anyone who has it please tell me if it's worth the $35-40 given that I already have studied both the armorer's manual and the Sigs free maintenance videos?

    Also, I see that there is a VHS version floating around that is significantly cheaper than the DVD one (can be had for about $15 or so). It appears to have been made in 2002, so I am wondering if the info is any less relevant to the 226s than that on the DVDs - would anyone know? I don't mind the VHS format (esp. for the $20 or so in savings!), just want to make sure the info won't be less useful.

    Thanks for any tips,

    JP
     
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    From what I've read on th Sig forum, those guys do like that DVD.

    Can you give a link to the armorer's pdf?

    http://www.sigforum.com/
     
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    He is asking for voluntary contributions (makes sense), but has a ton of useful stuff that would make spending even $10-20 well worth it if you get a bunch of manuals:

    http://www.biggerhammer.net/manuals
     
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    But what about the VHS version from 2002?
     
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