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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by agony, Dec 25, 2002.

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  1. agony

    agony Member

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    Let's see your SIGs!

    Here's a couple of mine:

    SIG P220ST with picatinny adapter:
    [​IMG]

    P228 and P226:
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    P228 on M4gery:
    [​IMG]

    P220 American:
    [​IMG]
     
  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    agony- great weapons and nice pic's. I currently do not
    own a digi camera; but I do own two SIG-Sauer
    firearm's; both West German made and assembled, and
    complete with the German "proofhouse" marking's.

    My favorite, the P220A made and assembled in 1995;
    and the runner-up, a P228 made and assembled in
    1990! They are my "GO TO" firearms of choice!

    Best Wishes,
    Ala Dan, N.R.A. Life Member
     
  3. bfoster

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    My favorite:

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    And many thanks to Oleg for the board.

    Bob
     
  4. tlhelmer

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    Sig 228
     
  5. tlhelmer

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    I dont know what I did wrong, but here it goes again.
     
  6. Prodigalshooter

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    My P239

    Hmmm, I cannot seem to attach files at all; well off to the FAQ to see what I'm doing wrong!

    Well, I've tried several different methods but none have yielded any results, hmmm.:confused:
     
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  7. 762x51

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    Great pics so far! Anyone have a Stainless 220 with wood grips? I have yet to see a good picture of this combo.
     
  8. Rinspeed

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    Nice pics all. Lets see how this works for me.
     
  9. Rinspeed

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    The problem with mine was the jpeg was to large.
    The max is 102400 bytes. Lets try another.

    Rinspeed
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  13. shooter.45

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    Here are my two.



    [​IMG]


    :D
     
  14. riddleofsteel

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    [​IMG]

    P229 .40 S&W with Houge checkered kingwood grips
     
  15. 762x51

    762x51 Member

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    Thank you Dan Shapiro! VERY nice gun you have there. Those are the Nill grips?
     
  16. Dan Shapiro

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    Yup. I just got a card from Nill saying they had such a good year that they are able to lower their prices 10-15% in 2003 and on. Now I have to get another handgun to buy a set for!

    [​IMG]
     
  17. trapshooter

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    Dan...

    Thanks for the info. Time to check the Nill website.;)
     
  18. Dan Shapiro

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    Here ya go :)

    [​IMG]
     
  20. blades67

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    Santa didn't bring me the digital camera I asked for, so I don't have any jpeg's to post.:(
     
  21. agony

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    Yeah blades, I know the feeling. I wanted to join the digital age also, but still doing it the old fashioned way....take pics with a film camera, scan negs onto a CD, convert to jpg format and upload. A lot of work...plus the developing fees will necessitate the jump to digital.
     
  22. *8*

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    Don't worry bro. I was asking for a new digi camera too, didn't got one this year but a couple guns showed up under the Christmas tree though. I'll just hang on to my crappy Kodak digi camera.



    *8*
    [​IMG]
     
  23. Marshall

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    BFoster,

    I wan't your Sig. LOL Very Nice, as are all the others!


    Marshall :) :cool: ;)
     
  24. Rinspeed

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    I hope this is not to large. 239, 229 & 220.
    Dan, That is one sharp 220 you have there.

    Rinspeed

    [​IMG]
     
  25. TomV

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    "Don't worry bro. I was asking for a new digi camera too, didn't got one this year but a couple guns showed up under the Christmas tree though. I'll just hang on to my crappy Kodak digi camera."

    I've used my scanner to get some pretty nice shots of my pistols. Leave the lid open and cover with a towel.
     
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