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SIG P226 X-Five

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by nero45acp, Jul 1, 2004.

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  1. nero45acp

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    Whoa, never saw that coming!

    GIMME.
     
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    Waiting for the P220 version. :cool:
     
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    Wait, is that mosquito a 22 rimfire, or a pellet gun? :what:
     
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    .22 rimfire. Its suppose to be to Sig what the P22 is to the Walther.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Anyone who showed up at the NRA show in Pittsburgh and visited the SIGARMS booth was lucky enough to handle one. I've been lusting for it since.

    [​IMG]
    Look at the sweet ambi-safety, extended beavertail, jet-funnel, and adjustable sights. The only thing that could top this is a .45acp version.
     
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    wow that is nice looking
     
  9. gvass

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    hi,
    I've handled one on IWA2004 exhibition. Man, thats a lot of gun.
    Fit and finish reminiscent to P210, the trigger and grip I think is even better.

    19 rd magazine in 9 mm Luger...

    Rock-solid all-steel masterpiece, I think this pistol is good for both bullseye and IPSC...

    If it will be as reliable as usual at SIG, this will be a winner.
     
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    drewl

    pant pant pant
     
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    Agony, thanks for the great pics!


    Does anyone know when/if they'll be available in the US, and how much (roughly) they'll cost?


    I want one so bad I can taste it!!


    nero
     
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