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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Michael A Ferber, Sep 21, 2019.

  1. JR24

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    I agree, they look nice!

    No extraneous slide cuts and gold barrels and odd ridges all over the place, nice profile and the grips are nice contrast.
     
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  2. zaitcev

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    I'm holding out for that P210 with optic cut and dual-stack magazine.
     
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  3. JR24

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    I'm pretty happy with my 226 Legion SAO. Once I got that my other Sig's ended up on the chopping block and went away.

    I might want a spare some day, or maybe a RDS or .40 slide at some point
     
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  4. Michael A Ferber

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    LOL
     
  5. Madcap_Magician

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    Don't care! Show us the 4" Sig P210!
     
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  6. Paul Toms

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    Keep in mind, self avowed Sig snob here, but....

    Plastic Sigs are NOT "P" series pistols. P series is P series... P220, P226, P229 etc.

    Plastic Sigs are NOT a part of the X series... P226 X5, X6 etc

    [/rant off]
     
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  7. Plan2Live

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    What about the SP2022?
     
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  8. 460Shooter

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    It is but it's a bastard child.

    But a nice little bastard.
     
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  9. JR24

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    It really is. My brother has one and it's got an amazing stock trigger, better than most classic Pseries Sig's I've tried/owned.
     
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  10. Michael A Ferber

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    What do you call the Sig P320 series of striker-fired auto-loaders!?! (Plastic)
     
  11. JR24

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    Crap?

    (Not really, but kinda compared to real Sigs IMO)
     
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  12. 460Shooter

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    LOL!
     
  13. SharpDog

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    No 16? No 28?
     
  15. JR24

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    Sure, that's technically true.

    But if you say "Sig P-Series" most folks will rightly envision the classic hammer fired guns (226, 228, 229, 220 et all) not the new plastic striker fired stuff.

    I guess it would be more correct to call them Classic 200 series?
     
  16. SharpDog

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    Got lots of Sigs, for me 'P' = 'Perfection' .... (Yeah, I said it G***k owners :D )


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  17. JR24

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    As long as it has a hammer and isn't a 250, I like it.

    For poly strikers I like that evil G word better.
     
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  18. Michael A Ferber

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    My last two strikers, Sig M17 and a Glock 45. Both sold this summer. IMG_7996 (1).JPG
     
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  19. RH45

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    The 320 xfive Legion was released by Sig to compete with the Walther, steel frame. Geared to competition shooters.
    I wouldn't be surprised to see Glock and S&W come out with heavy pistols also.
     
  20. Michael A Ferber

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    I'm thinking the Sig Sauer P210 Standard. Header-1.jpg
     
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  21. Walkalong

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    In preference to.........?
     
  22. 460Shooter

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    I’d really like to pick one of those up too.
     
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  23. Doublehelix

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    I have the SIG P320 X5 Legion (as well as a standard P320 X5 with the SSI tungsten grip), and it does not look as ugly as that picture makes it out to be.

    I agree that the gun in the OP is ugly for sure! The real gun, not so much, and it shoots like a DREAM!
     
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