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Thread: Sig for a Sig

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    Member HGF Gold Member dosborn's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
    Springfield, MO

    Sig for a Sig

    I traded away my P250 yesterday. In the past, I have always had major remorse, but this time I think it will be different. Me and a friend swapped straight across and I got his LNIB (no rail wear and light smileys) 1994 229 with a .357 barrel to boot! It is a nice shooter with a great trigger. I put about 70 .40 and 20 .357 through it today and am very impressed with the accuracy. The 4" groups at 10 yards gave me goose bumps considering it was my first time with it, or any other Sig than my 250 for that matter. I have a long as my friend doesn't come calling wanting his gun back. He was tickled to death and kept asking if I was satisfied, so I should be fine.

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    Member Growler67's Avatar
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    Sep 2008
    S. Puget Sound, WA
    Congrats!!! I've not been impressed with the P250 nor .40 in anything I've tried it in but different strokes. The P229 in .357 is on my list of "next to get". Has been for a while, just haven't had the bones to put down on one. Maybe one day and hopefully soon.

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    Senior Member cougartex's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Jefferson County, TX
    Congratulations, very nice.

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    Member Frank45's Avatar
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    Feb 2010
    Southern New Jersey
    Great deal, let us know more about the 357 at the range. I'm impressed with that round.

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    Senior Member dondavis3's Avatar
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    Aug 2009
    Dallas / Fort Worth Texas Area
    I have a 15 y/o Sig P229 in .40 & .357.

    I liked it so much I added the Crimson Trace Laser Grips to it.

    It's a great gun and a very accurate shooter.

    I looked at the P250, but decided to buy a Sig Pro2022 because I do not like DAO guns. jmho

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