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Sig P227 10mm? BADA$$

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by RonDeer10mm, Feb 9, 2013.

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Would you buy a Sig P227 10mm?

Poll closed Mar 31, 2013.
  1. Yes

    17 vote(s)
    19.1%
  2. No

    26 vote(s)
    29.2%
  3. Hell YEAAAAAA :D

    31 vote(s)
    34.8%
  4. Not sure

    15 vote(s)
    16.9%
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  1. Girodin

    Girodin Member

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    I wouldn't mind seeing Sig make one as I would like more 10mms on the market. However, honestly I probably wouldn't buy one. I'd be much more inclined to buy a glock 20 if not a 1911 of some variety. I've owned and shot sigs and I've owned and shot glocks and I simply prefer a number of things about the glock. Not that there is anything per se wrong with the sigs.
     
  2. sargents1

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    I would consider a Sig in 10mm, but they would have to sell it for close to what Glock sells for, none of this 1000$ business.

    Also, they would need to have a properly supported chamber to allow max loads.

    I ain't holding my breath.
     
  3. Bovice

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    If you've ever really handled a SIG, there's a reason why they have their price tag. There's a lot more work put into the individual item. They can't be sold at Glock prices, and I wouldn't want them to cut corners to do so.

    With that said, if you have heard any of the case head support banter regarding .40s, you will know that SIG offers far superior case head support. If they produced a 10, I would expect that to be the case.
     
  4. EBShooting

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    I quote my kids, "gimme gimme gimme!!!!!!"
     
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