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Old 12-31-2007, 07:06 PM   #1
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Finally broke down and ordered one of the Sig P225 (P6 - German police guns) that are being sold. CDNN has then for $299 and I ordered mine from Military Gun Supply for $299 as well. I wanted a single stack 9mm and this seemed like a good time to try a Sig. It should arrive late this week and I'm looking forward to the first range trip with it...

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Old 01-01-2008, 09:26 AM   #2
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Happy new year. Great pistol at a great price. I have a number of sigs in .45 and 9mm and they have all been reliable and accurate for thousands of rounds. Everyone should own at least one sig, and once you buy one it is hard to stop. If you get the urge for a small-framed .45 look at the p245, available at Gunbroker and other sites and can usually be had for the mid-400's to low 500's. Congratulations again.

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Happy new year. Great pistol at a great price. I have a number of sigs in .45 and 9mm and they have all been reliable and accurate for thousands of rounds. Everyone should own at least one sig, and once you buy one it is hard to stop. If you get the urge for a small-framed .45 look at the p245, available at Gunbroker and other sites and can usually be had for the mid-400's to low 500's. Congratulations again.

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Have to agree oldandslow. Once you start buying Sig's you keep buying Sig's. All I need are the P210 and the new P250 to round out my collection.
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Finally broke down and ordered one of the Sig P225 (P6 - German police guns) that are being sold. CDNN has then for $299 and I ordered mine from Military Gun Supply for $299 as well. I wanted a single stack 9mm and this seemed like a good time to try a Sig. It should arrive late this week and I'm looking forward to the first range trip with it...
Congratulations! I own two of them; one is for sale right now. Asking $350.00 with one magazine just to give you an example of how the market has changed over time.
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