I have a chance to grab a Sig M400 for $1,050 and I'm wondering if I should grab it. I don't really have the money or the need for another AR-15, but I was thinking of flipping it and making a little money.
If you can get $2200 for the RRA I'd sell it. I've handled the SIG M400 and liked it. Nice added features and ergonomics. Haven't fired one but suspect it would be easily as good an M4gery as the RRA. If everything falls right you could make some money, the key word being "if".I just looked an an Elite Operator 2 just like mine sold for $2,200. I could use the money but I don't want be without an AR-15. Would you sell the RRA and get the Sig? Or should I hold onto the RRA and just let the Sig go?
The ones from walmart are NOT the same as the ones from your LGS. Most of the walmart ones are missing certain features or have inferior parts.GeneralPatton said:Wasn't the M400 the one they had at Walmart on black Friday for $899? It had the Magpul furniture on it.
You think that because Walmart sold a Sig that it has inferior parts? Yea, use inferior parts to the retailer that sells more than likely any other seller in the States and open yourself to lawsuits out the YinYang.......Walmart isn't the world biggest company (or one of the biggest) by doing dumb chit like that.The ones from walmart are NOT the same as the ones from your LGS. Most of the walmart ones are missing certain features or have inferior parts.
Please don't perpetuate these old myths. A SIG is a SIG is a SIG. A Colt is a Colt is a Colt.My LGS asked his sig rep how hes suppose to compete with walmart prices and the reps response was "trust me, they are not the same exact gun"
I understand what you are saying.....however, most of the things you listed are cosmetic or accessories. The center of the discussion was simply the Sig M400. You can see all of the "different versions" of the M400 are available by Sig here: http://www.sigsauer.com/CatalogProductList/rifles-m400.aspxWalMart frequently sells guns with features made only for them. They were the only place that Ruger made a true 10-22 rifle for. It had a 22-inch barrel, and full size stock with the same length of pull as the 77. I bought one for a stepson to learn on, because it had the same feel as a center fire rifle.
They also had an 870, with a custom camo pattern, two barrels, and a nylon case that was exclusive to them.
So, I know that some of their guns are exclusive to them, but most of them aren't.