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DK
January 11, 2012, 01:50
Been on a little bit of a bender lately myself..

Just added a SAO P-220 in .45 ACP, a GSR 1911 TTT, a P-228 and a P-226 (picking up tomorrow) in the last couple of months. They will keep the old P-220 and P-225 company.

Just rediscovering old friends.. :love:

DK

BDMERC1
January 23, 2012, 23:41
Got to handle both at the Shot Show. The P224 EXTREME will be in 9mm, 40 S&W, and 357 SIG. The SAS version was awesome. Compact, balanced, and it will stack up well against the Glock Compacts. The P938 is the 9mm of the P238. You can hardly tell the difference in size.

I was really pissed that they wouldn't let me take them home!

Got my order in ..... now the wait begins!

wolfspotter1
January 24, 2012, 21:08
In the past I've owned an early Auto Ordnance 1911, Colt series 70, a Dan Coonan 357 and a German made Sig P220, all very good shooters. Sold all but the Sig, still going strong after 1000's of rounds.

1911 Gunslinger
February 01, 2012, 11:42
I like Sigs but I prefer the older models, they were made to a higher standard than today's models. They're a little pricey but they are a far better gun than HK,Glock,FN or any of the others IMO.

I have owned the 220(45acp), the 226(9X19) and the 228(9X19) and they were all exceptionally trustworthy weapons. As a matter of fact, in the tens of thousands of rounds that I have put through a variety of Sigs the only malfunction that I've ever encountered was a failure to fully chamber a round that was slightly oversized (Sellier and Bellot FMJ).

Incognito
February 18, 2012, 09:15
I like Sigs but I prefer the older models, they were made to a higher standard than today's models. They're a little pricey but they are a far better gun than HK,Glock,FN or any of the others IMO.

I have owned the 220(45acp), the 226(9X19) and the 228(9X19) and they were all exceptionally trustworthy weapons. As a matter of fact, in the tens of thousands of rounds that I have put through a variety of Sigs the only malfunction that I've ever encountered was a failure to fully chamber a round that was slightly oversized (Sellier and Bellot FMJ).

I agree. The 226 was the pinnacle of pistol development (my own biased opinion of course). My only regret is that I do not own more of them.

EBRfan
February 18, 2012, 21:15
Yes, too many :biggrin:

I just picked up an X5 Tactical with TB.

I would really would like to lay my hands on a 551-A1 before buying one...they have really caught my interest. Then again, I'm not a 556 hater.

ByrnieMac
March 18, 2012, 14:31
The only Sig I've got so far is a 1911 Blackwater edition, chambered in .45ACP (obviously).. It came with 4 magazines and Novak's night sights. I absolutely LOVE it. It holds fantastically tight groups and the trigger breaks super clean @ just under 5lbs.

Everyone that has seen it, loves it and turns a nice shade of envy green. It has made me a true Sig fan and I can't wait to get my hands on a P229 in .357SIG w/ rosewood grips...

Whenever people ask me what gun they should buy (which is a lot) I always tell them how much I love Sig. I also show them ways to get a great Sig at a very affordable price. I'm convincing my mother-in-law to get a P250

moonbat60
March 20, 2012, 20:19
SIG 1911 Carry. The best 1911 I ever owned.

:fal:

Pete

Beetlejuice
April 10, 2012, 13:41
Gotta love a little sig!!

LKY_13
April 10, 2012, 16:26
P229R DAK with E2 grip - love it.
1911 GSR Revolution - Until death do we part.
Sig 556 dmr - the 550 series is my favorite rifle the world over.

Don't mean to sound like a poster boy for Sig, but they do make the best. The only option that I wouldn't choose a Sig for is .308.
At least, not until they sell the SAPR 751 here in the states that is...;)

Squint
April 10, 2012, 16:39
I have had several 226's and 229's, a P230, a 228, and all I have left is a Browning BDA .45 (220). They were all good guns but I couldn't shoot the 228 worth a darn.

http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh45/fish70/L1A1/MY220.jpg