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    BearArms2 is offline Junior Member
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    Is This a good Price for a Sig P226?

    It is a new Sig P226 with night sights, 9mm, 15 rounds, Nitron Slight Finish and has an accessory rail.

    I can get it for around $650 (possibly a bit less after talking to the owner and finding out if he is willing to haggle just a little). How do you find the price of $650 to be for this gun -- too high, about right, or low and therefore a good buy??

    Please let me know, thanks!!

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    depends how it's been cared for, if the nite sites are bright, real sig/mecgar mags, how many mags, original box with same s/n as 226, manual.

    i buy/sell/trade a lot on backpage/sports equipment for my area.

    for the kind on money you're looking to spend, an older triple s/n (frame/barrel/slide) from the mid-nineties, is another option & what i look for, without a rail, unless you need the rail for a light.

    this is a link to the current bp listings in my area for sigs.
    phoenix sig - sports equipment for sale - backpage.com

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    its a new sig for this price bearone2

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    If it's new, I think that's a pretty good price. If not, it still might be. Bearone2 summed it up pretty well.

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    It's a good price for the 226 with night sights especially if it comes with a couple of magazines.

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    Is it worth it to spend another $100 over this price to get a German made P226 (with alloy frame)?

    honestly i would really rather buy American! but the more i read, the more i hear about how the German P226 may be the superior made gun --- do you agree with that??

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    you don't necessarily have to spend $100 more, unless you want one of the new ones, which are getting hard to find.

    this is an old argument, which is better, with many folks having both old & new 220's, 226's, 229's 228's, 245's.

    i've got 2 older non-rail 229's, both tripled in 40 & 357sig but they're not all german, only the frame.
    the ab triple 229/40 has the original trijicon ns & was dated by sig, nov '92.

    oh yeah, they're quite dim but still can be seen in a real dark area.

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    Definitely the price is good for a new one.

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