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Old 06-09-2012, 08:13 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by thatguy510 View Post
A Sig 226 will run you more than 550-600. However, I have a Sigpro 2022 9mm that I use at the range and cc. I thought wtf when I saw a Sig priced at $420. But, holy cow! That thing shoots like a dream. Just as reliable and well made as any other Sig. It still has a nitron finished stainless steel slide. The only difference is that it has a polymer frame. And again, a Sig for $420? Buy a Sigpro and spend the other $100 on ammo and go shoot it. Btw, if you can't find one, my lgs ordered me one and I had it in less than a week.
That's a SIG 226 Navy 9mm, from what I've found it's worth $500-600 in the condition it's currently in...
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Old 06-09-2012, 08:28 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by Cinderocka1989

That's a SIG 226 Navy 9mm, from what I've found it's worth $500-600 in the condition it's currently in...
Then either it's in fair condition or you are looking at what you would get selling it to a store. I sold a sig a year ago in really good shape for almost 700 and that was to a big box store who never gives a fair price and always overcharges. A sig 226 navy is closer to 900-1000 new where I am and I could easily get 800 for one used in good shape.
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