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post #76 of 2624 Old 03-10-2013, 12:35 AM
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Maybe you can buy it from raptor? He still hasnt shot it haha
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Someone school me on Sig P220's. I shot one this weekend and love it!! So I'd like to add another caliber in the .45 flavor to my arsenal. I was going to just get another Glock, but man the Sig felt great!! I don't know much about all the different versions.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIG_Sauer_P220

For some reason Sig's never spoke to me. The .45 I thought was a dream to shoot was the HK45.

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1911 is my .45 platform of choice

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post #81 of 2624 Old 03-12-2013, 02:18 PM
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Someone school me on Sig P220's. I shot one this weekend and love it!! So I'd like to add another caliber in the .45 flavor to my arsenal. I was going to just get another Glock, but man the Sig felt great!! I don't know much about all the different versions.

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This is what little I know about sigs. The ones from Germany are much better built and higher quality then the ones built here. Price reflects quality. I know the sig 2022 is a lower end 9mm and have heard fairly bad reviews about it. P220 is fairly popular and a higher end built in Germany. Having never owned one I couldn't tell you much more. Of the higher end sigs I've only heard rave reviews about them. If you have the coin do it. I wouldn't think you would be disappointed.
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This is what little I know about sigs. The ones from Germany are much better built and higher quality then the ones built here. Price reflects quality. I know the sig 2022 is a lower end 9mm and have heard fairly bad reviews about it. P220 is fairly popular and a higher end built in Germany. Having never owned one I couldn't tell you much more. Of the higher end sigs I've only heard rave reviews about them. If you have the coin do it. I wouldn't think you would be disappointed.
Yea, what I'm looking at seems to be in the $800-$1100 range

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About on par with a good 1911.
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Get the sig its a great gun shoots well you wont be disapointed

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i cant use a lot of sigs because the stupid decocker is on the wrong side of the gun haha.

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Coyote brown Duracoat arrived today and I tested it out on the tripod I painted FDE earlier...looks like tomorrow is arts and crafts day on the 700.


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Good thing you placed it in red rocks...we wouldnt have been able to see it otherwise! Lol looks SICK. Great job! Ready to do mine next?

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I have plenty of coyote brown left over...lets do it

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