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Here's some more of my toy's, all classic's in their own right.





 

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Some times we cannot have the gun we wantbut the substitute is really great. My issued Sig P226 in 357 Sig.

 

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Nice collection of bottom feeders, classic Sigs with the P-226 and P-225. Who did the grips on the Hi-Power ? They look good on the Browning.
 

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m58 said:
Nice collection of bottom feeders, classic Sigs with the P-226 and P-225. Who did the grips on the Hi-Power ? They look good on the Browning.
Its been to long, and I'm so old, I don't remember anymore.
 

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Once I shot a SIG220 I got rid of all my Colts 1911's and then got a few more 220's.

For a serious pistol in an effective caliber, if you can live with the mag capacity the 220 is very difficult gun to improve upon.

Jim, I wouldn't feel too bad about your .357 either.... is that a DAO?
 

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Once I shot a SIG220 I got rid of all my Colts 1911's and then got a few more 220's.

For a serious pistol in an effective caliber, if you can live with the mag capacity the 220 is very difficult gun to improve upon.

Jim, I wouldn't feel too bad about your .357 either.... is that a DAO?
Thats very true, my next SIG will be a P220. I've shot a few and they were really good. I have no issues with 7 or 8 rnd mags.
 

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I love those P220's. I have three of them, including a 38 Super with the European magazine release.
 
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