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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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    picture.jpg

    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.

    picture.jpg
    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
     
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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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