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    Junior Member proxpilot's Avatar
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    just picked up my first pistol * pic inside*

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    An old school Sig 226, and 3 mags. for $550 and the rose wood grips for another $50

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    nice gun! and damn those grips are nice!

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    Very nice, congratulations.

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    Good choice! It's hard to beat a Sig. I also like the wood grips. I have been looking for a pair for my 229.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason248 View Post
    nice gun! and damn those grips are nice!
    I have the P226 Elite 9mm and absolutely LOVE it! However, I have a pair of P226 Rosewood grips I may be selling. With those grips and the double stack mag the grips were a little fat for me. I ended up getting some Hogue extreme aluminum checkered black for mine. So, my Rosewood grips are in a plastic bag. Your hands may be better fitted for the wider wood grips. But they are dang attractive.

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    Thumbs up

    Congrats on your new pistol. Now a little word from a old timer "never ever sell that pistol". Seems everybody does and they always regret it. I do and so does about 50 other guys I know. Good luck with it.

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    Junior Member proxpilot's Avatar
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    any of you guys have a round about value of this gun??

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    Congrats; love the wood grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proxpilot View Post
    any of you guys have a round about value of this gun??
    I'd say your in it good. Check on Gunbroker to compare.

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    updated pic with the new grips on it........i love this gun.

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    Excellent choice young man .... and look, no rail .... ... sweet.

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    Post Enjoy!

    Very nice gun.

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    Very, very nice.

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    Thick Grips?

    Hey "proxpilot" those grips are really nice on that beautiful sig. I got my first Sig about a week ago, a p229 SAS Gen 2 two-tone and I have ordered some custom Hogues with brickwood checkering on Kingwood. Do the wood grips seem to be a lot thicker to you?

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    Mine are super walnut ordered from top gun supply
    Quote Originally Posted by dosborn View Post
    Good choice! It's hard to beat a Sig. I also like the wood grips. I have been looking for a pair for my 229. Would show pic. but no way to do that that I can find.

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    Nice looking pistol

    RCG

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