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Old 10-07-2012, 08:39 AM   #1
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Default The Best Sig Sauer Pistol ever made.........

I know everyone will have their favorites but to me the Sig Sauer 220X6 is the Best Sig pistol ever made. It was so accurate that I didn't enjoy shooting it after a while because it wasnt a challenge to hit the 10 ring with round after round. I love the one I had but sold it to fund my LWRC M6 rifle. But if you have a spare $2,700.00 this a great pistol.



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Old 10-07-2012, 11:21 AM   #2
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The only Sig I know is the one I own. P238. And I agree, shooting that gun makes me look like I know what I'm doing. LOL Very nice gun, indeed.

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You know that you can never have just one Sig! I started out with the P220, about 20yrs ago. Now I have the P225, 226R, 229, 230, 232, and the 239. Looking forward to getting the P-224 and 238 as well.

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No Sig collection could be complete without the P228 9mm. They're no longer being made, but are certainly not forgotten. I've carried this W. German made 228 since 1987. After seeing it in Robo Cop it was love at first sight. It just turned me on and I bought it immediately and haven't been disappointed since. I've even shot hand loaded lead rounds out of it by request and proved it shoots anything without even a hickup.

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Uhhh....... Original swiss made SIG P210??

It won a lot of olympic gold medals.

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Uhhh....... Original swiss made SIG P210??

It won a lot of olympic gold medals.
Those are quite nice as well, I believe the 226x5 was supose to replace that, which is a nice pistol as well.
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Here are couple of my Sig's the boys had the rest at the range.

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Supposedly they are doing a rerelease of the p228. I can not wait until I go to Shot Show to take a look at the Sig Sauer booth!

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Supposedly they are doing a rerelease of the p228. I can not wait until I go to Shot Show to take a look at the Sig Sauer booth!
Thats all fine and dandy, but I along with many many others are still waiting on the 1911 MAX release. You know the one Buy Max Michel that is competition ready and maybe chambered in .40 cal as well........
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