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Old 12-26-2011, 08:26 PM   #21
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Why shouldn`t it work?

As long as you don`t have any special trigger setup like DAK or so, it shouldn`t a problem, and as your pics, good shot of a very fine pistol there, you don`t have any magwell or so on the grip.
So it shouldn`t ne much of a problem.

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Why shouldn`t it work?

As long as you don`t have any special trigger setup like DAK or so, it shouldn`t a problem, and as your pics, good shot of a very fine pistol there, you don`t have any magwell or so on the grip.
So it shouldn`t ne much of a problem.
Thanks, I thought the SCT grip was cut out to accomadate the extended mag. I compared two pics on the web, an SCT and a standard P229 and appears they are the same. I guess it shouldn't be a problem.
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I'm pretty certain you can get a SAO Sig P220 with a thumb safety. Great gun, BTW.

How does the Sig P220 differ from the P226?
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How does the Sig P220 differ from the P226?
P226- 9mm, .40 S&W, .357 SIG

P220- .45ACP
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P226- 9mm, .40 S&W, .357 SIG

P220- .45ACP
And the P220 is a single stack.
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you can get the P220 in 9mm aswell.

As far as I know, the P220, former swiss police/military service pistol, the main difference is that the P220 has a single und the P226 a double stack magazine.

P220 is in 9mm Para
P220-1 is in .45 ACP

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you can get the P220 in 9mm aswell.
Yea...they're long discontinued. I guess it came in .38 super as well..I guess the 9mm pop up from time to time at fairly good prices..just did some quick research, the Browning BDA was the same gun at one time.
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just saw that in the specs.
P220 only in .45

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