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Old 07-28-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me of a good Sig that I can carry chambered in .45 ACP? I'm not very knowledgeable with their pistols.

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Old 07-28-2012, 05:48 PM   #2
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That well depend on your size, style of dressing, and carry method...but the P220 is an outstanding .45 pistol and comes in a carry and a compact version, as well as the classic full size.

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Alright, I will look into that model. Thanks for the reply

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The Sig. 1911, .45 ultra compac.
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I currently have the Sig Scorpion carry size. I honestly like the feel of it in my hand, and it does not way me down when being carried ITW.

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I will have to agree with others. The P220 is a great pistol as is the Scorpion Carry. You really just need to find a good dealer and go handle them all

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Thanks for the replys, I have decided to go with the P220 Compact. Its a good looking gun, this will be my first Sig so I can't wait till I can get my hands on it

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I really like the 290 and the 238 if they had a 238 in 9mm I would probably like that the best. Here's the 290



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I really like the 290 and the 238 if they had a 238 in 9mm I would probably like that the best. Here's the 290
That is a nice pistol, I will look into that one as well. Thanks for the reply, what is the G.O.F.F.A that you have under your reply?
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Gun Owners For a Free America it is a Pro 2A group that was started here on FTF that a few of us are working on. Here's the thread http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f97/gunowners-free-america-thread-50526/

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