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Old 07-26-2010, 8:54 PM
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Here's mine with the new Hogue g10 grips I just got:


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Here's mine with the new Hogue g10 grips I just got:


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Old 08-05-2010, 3:58 PM
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Nice pics everybody!
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Old 08-05-2010, 7:41 PM
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Here are our Blackwaters
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Wow. That's crazy! Sweet collection though. Sigs are great, but you aren't into a little variety? I love pizza, but I don't think I would be satisfied if that's all I had!
Dja notice the thread title? I have firearms form other manufactures.

I got my P6 together again. I decided to have the slide re-nitron'd and nickel plated most of my controls and leaving the hammer alone best $88 I ever spent


some of the 225 pics look just like P6 to me, but others have a smoother trigger guard
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P220 match elite

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Few days and I will have the last one I wanted and can post pics
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Dja notice the thread title? I have firearms form other manufactures.

I got my P6 together again. I decided to have the slide re-nitron'd and nickel plated most of my controls and leaving the hammer alone best $88 I ever spent


some of the 225 pics look just like P6 to me, but others have a smoother trigger guard
Nice shooter...Just need to nickel the hammer!
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My new p226 btfo with camo grips.....never thought I could love a piece of metal so much

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Jesus man. Haven't you heard of other brands?
Nice collection.
It's a SIGSAUER picture thread




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Nice shooter...Just need to nickel the hammer!
no thanks / i did not like the look with the hammer that color

to my eye/ everything above the midline (bottom of the slide) is black- with the hammer nickel plated, it threw the visual balance off



Like with this example- I'd rather the hammer matched the stainless slide than the other controls.
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I knowticed. Nice pics everyone!
Here s a pic of mine when I bouht it

I went back to stock grips later.
What kind of grips are these?
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Here are my SIGs, some are gone and some have been added to this collection...I took this picture about 6 months ago...Took me a while to get to this point....

NOW THAT IS WHAT I CALL BRAND LOYALTY!!!
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Bought my first Sig. Sig Pro Sp2022. Brought it to the pistol range for the first time and it gave me some problems. Help anyone. I shot 115gr PMC factory and the shells would not eject after each shot. Sig is telling me to try 124gr but f*#k them. I spent $16 for the range and these jerks want me to pay $16 again and buy more bullets to test if it works. Should I just send it back to them anyway.
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Awesome collection!
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Bought my first Sig. Sig Pro Sp2022. Brought it to the pistol range for the first time and it gave me some problems. Help anyone. I shot 115gr PMC factory and the shells would not eject after each shot. Sig is telling me to try 124gr but f*#k them. I spent $16 for the range and these jerks want me to pay $16 again and buy more bullets to test if it works. Should I just send it back to them anyway.
Some folks were having similar issues with the 2022. Check the last few pages of this thread: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...ht=sig+turners

I had similar issues with the first 150 rounds or so, but not nearly "every shot" like you are explaining. Try the hotter rounds and see if it helps, then go back to the cheaper stuff and just put a couple hundred rounds through. If that doesnt loosen things up (like it did for me) and you are still having constant FTE, then yes, FvCK THEM, send it back.
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i get to play finally! 2002ish p220st. I am really pleased with it! I like those g10 grips @ top of page
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What kind of grips are these?

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I need to move over there and join their military so I can get a 210.
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My fathers military service pistol SIG P210
What a beautiful pistol. Hope you keep it in the family.
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Anyone know where I can find a West German SIG in good condition? Gunbroker hasn't had much for those...
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Great SIGs everyone!
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we don't use them any more. we have the crappy P220 now as our standard service pistol. (this model: http://www.nazarian.no/images/wep/59_Main.JPG)

but there are a lot of P210s for sale in switzerland. starting at 700$ for a used P210-2 and going up to 4000$ for a new P210-6
Jeezuz...only the Swiss could afford P210s as service pistols and call the replacement P220s as "crappy."

$700 for a P210...I would gladly pay double that for a working P210 in any caliber...

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My baby, the 226:

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Brand New Sig P220 Equinox


Sig P225. Anti Snag Machine work, Satin Mag Frame, Sig Black Slide refinish and custom wood grips.


Sig P226 9mm (CA Style Elite)



Sig P226 9mm all stainless

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What brand are the grips on the last pic?
Can't quite see the logo.
Thank you.
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Oh, that 226 elite with rosewood grips sure is purty.
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Those are Karl Nill Grips.
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My modest collection of retired Sig Sauers from Swiss police service. From left, P228, P226, and P225.

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Sig SAS Gen2 9mm DA/SA & EDC stuff

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My modest collection of retired Sig Sauers from Swiss police service. From left, P228, P226, and P225.

are you from switzerland too? my sig p225 is a swiss police service pistol as well from the canton of aargau.
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are you from switzerland too? my sig p225 is a swiss police service pistol as well from the canton of aargau.
No, I am in America. An importer here recently brought in these retired Swiss police pistols. I like them because they probably weren't shot as much as retired American police guns. More importantly, they were built in Germany and maintained by the Swiss. How much more can one possibly ask for in a mechanical tool?

The P225 actually says "Montage Suisse" on the slide. I did some research and supposedly that one was assembled in Switzerland sometime around early 1980.

The P226 and the P228 were made in Germany in 1998 and 1997, respectively.

Do you recognize those crests on the slides? Can you tell me what they mean?
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No, I am in America. An importer here recently brought in these retired Swiss police pistols. I like them because they probably weren't shot as much as retired American police guns. More importantly, they were built in Germany and maintained by the Swiss. How much more can one possibly ask for in a mechanical tool?

The P225 actually says "Montage Suisse" on the slide. I did some research and supposedly that one was assembled in Switzerland sometime around early 1980.

The P226 and the P228 were made in Germany in 1998 and 1997, respectively.

Do you recognize those crests on the slides? Can you tell me what they mean?
"Montage Suisse" is excellent. That means that all parts were made and assembled in switzerland. I don't think there is any higher standard for engineering and metal production than we do it (no offense just take a look at swiss watches and of course the P210 )

the crests specify in with canton the gun was used (you know, switzerland is divided in little parts like the USA. it's different but http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switzerland#Cantons explains it best)

the guns were used at:

P228: canton Lucerne http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canton_of_Lucerne
P226: canton Thurgau http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thurgau
P225: canton Zurich http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canton_of_Z%C3%BCrich

I hope that serves you as you wanted it

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This is a great posting since I think SIG Sauer pistols are excellent. Many impressive SIGs on this thread.

Here are photos of my two. Only two for now.

P226 9mm


P226 Equinox (.40 cal)

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so..anyone know how to align these sights? xD
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and yeah, hollow points aren't legal over here
Thats odd, is hunting legal in Switzerland? Do you hunt with FMJ bullets?
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I finally get to post in this thread....though I get the impression from some sig owners that the pro isn't a real sig


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