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Old 01-14-2012, 05:32 PM   #11
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I'm from new York but in Arizona for vacation. In NY its very very hard to be able to touch a pistol. Over here they practically give you one once you get off the plane. Since I love shooting I took a trip over to shooters world in phoenix(exelent place with an incredible staff) I shot a verity of glocks, s&ws and sigs. By far my favorite was the .45 Cal sig that looked just like the P226 but just a tad shorter. In all my excitement first the gun I completely forgot the model #. Can someone tell me what the model # is and any comments as far as how much its liked or disliked. I know sigs are very renowned guns but are they're any glocks that com pair?
Well...are you from NYC? cuz if you aren't, I think you're doing it wrong. My buddy turned 21, got his permit within 6 months and then went out and got a 1911 and a sig p226

Only shot the 226 a bit, and my friend at school's 229...liked em both alot!
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Old 01-15-2012, 05:57 PM   #12
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I'm from long island. It's still a very complicated process that involves me having to get multiple notarized signatures and many months of waiting.

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Well if your home gets robbed before then just ask the thief if he could come back in a few months while your waiting for your paper work...It's sickening that people who do things legally are made to wait months while the bad guy can buy a gun off the streets in minutes...

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Old 01-15-2012, 06:45 PM   #14
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Well if your home gets robbed before then just ask the thief if he could come back in a few months while your waiting for your paper work...It's sickening that people who do things legally are made to wait moths while the bad guy can buy a gun off the streets in minutes...
Or Just hit him with a large stick.
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You can not go wrong with a Sig. I have carried Sigs for over 20yrs and have never had a probelm with any of them. I like them so much I have purchased almost all of the Classic Line of Sig pistols.

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Wolf I have 6 myself but have you ever tried shooting swc's from a 220 ? Mine doesn't like to feed them...

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I have a Sig 220 for sale actually. It is a great gun. My recommendation is shoot everything. I have a new favorite and it is the Springfield XDm. That is why I am selling my Sig. I shoot the XDm better and already have one in 9mm and .40 lookong to round out the collection withb a stainless 4.5 inch model in .45.

Word of advice, if you are going to buy a p220 get the german model. People may say its the same gun however, if you ever have to sell it the German model will typically garner $200 more used than the US version. To know for sure it will have both the w. Germany and Exeter, NH stamps on it. Here is a link to the one I'm selling just for reference. http://tucson.backpage.com/SportsEquipForSale/750-sig-sauer-p220-german-model/16184976

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