What is available varies with time.
I have read that there are sights that offer "used" sigs for sale....police trade in, german trades, etc.
If you have a sight that I could look at please pm or post it for me. I would love a sig, but have limited funds like most of us.
That is a nice site, I will have to give that one a really good look through..Thanks TOF!. Those Duty Tested Sigs are a really good deal just about anywhere I've seen them.
Gander Mountains in Texas have the P6/225 on clearance for $ 316. If there is a gander near you maybe you can have them locate one for you.
I was considering getting a certified pre owned Sig. I calle4d Sig and asked about the warranty. On new handguns, except the Mosquito, there is a limited lifetime warranty. On CPO and the Mosquito, there is only a 1 year warranty. Keep that in mind when considering new vs. pre owned.
I just purchased two factory certified sigs from Gander Mt. for $529 and $550.
In my opinion, none of the other handguns felt as good in my hand as these two.
Waiting to get my hands on a 250 for concealed carry
If they offered lifetime on the factory certified ones, they would sell less new ones.
which models did you get?
I think budsgunshop.com has some used or CPO's at a good price.
i wouldnt mind getting a .357sig but the bullets are too expensive to shoot
I just picked up my first sig - P6 - from jgsales. The gun is in decent shape overall - very minor surface rust which cleaned up without issue, and definite holster wear. I paid the extra cash for the "hand select" option that they offer, and I don't think that it was worth it. Based on pics that I have seen elsewhere of used LE P6, the gun was in worse shape that I imagined. Some photos that were posted on other sites from show LE guns coming that look like they are practically new. I assumed that the "hand select" option would provide a nicer gun... I know that it is the luck of the draw buying like that, and the true test will be how it shoots. Ultimately, I really don't care how it looks if it shoots well & is reliable. It was the best I could do at this time... For those thinking of this option, I will post a few pics when I get a chance & let you know how it shoots.