I have to take some new ones as my P228 is now wearing SiG logo Crimcon Trace grips. Here was a shot I though I had on here already.
Hey guys, new to the forum and new to Sig. Here's my 229 SAS 9mm with Hogue Extreme Grips.
That reverse two-tone 229 is amaaaaaaazing. Didn't know that config existed. Sgt Riggs how can I get my own?! Was it ordered thru Sig? I want one now, was the pricing same as standard two-tone?
Sig's - Yes I have a few
My Sig P229 Platinum Elite.
It's a tack driver.
this can hold the place until I get better pictures
Havent had a chance to shoot it yet. Saturday should be the "big day"!
sig sp2022 9mm
My new Sig P220 Elite stainless - in .45 Cal
Now this is a sweet shooting gun.
I had Robert Burke do a trigger job for me.
If you want him to do yours - you can reach him here : Robert Burke firstname.lastname@example.org
This trigger is smooth as silk now.
My silver Sigs...
Especially digging that P220 Elite!
I had a trigger job done by Robert Burke ... Robert Burke email@example.com
I took it out the range today and shot about 100 rounds through it.
Robert has reduced the DA trigger pull from around 11 lbs to 7.5 lbs and the SA to around 4 lbs.
Both actions are smooth as silk.
Man I really glad I bought this gun.
Here's a shot I took of my brand new Sig P226. My first firearm purchase.
Welcome to the Sig Forum and congratulations.
You have bought one of the finest guns made.
You're gonna love it.
Let us know how it shoots.
It shoots wonderfully. I've rented and fired a decent number of handguns, but it wasn't until a friend recently introduced me to Sigs that I was instantly sold on one. I was dead set on a Beretta 92FS before being swayed by the P226. Beyond the general accuracy, reliability, etc etc, I just love how well it fits my hand compared to any other pistol I've shot.
Just picked up my latest "find" at the gun store - a SIG P6.
Gun + extra mag in the box
Took it home, got it nice and clean (what a job that was...that thing looked like it hadn't been properly cleaned in 10 years plus the grips were nice and crusty and there was "mystery fuzz" under the backstrap of the grips), and tonight once I get off work I'm headed over to the range to try it out. If it's anything like my '88 P226, it'll shoot like a dream.