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Posted: 10/31/2001 10:17:18 AM EST
Anyone have good or bad thoughts about the Sig 220? What is the fair market price for a Sig 220, New-In-Box? Thanx
Link Posted: 10/31/2001 10:28:18 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/31/2001 10:30:40 AM EST by 13f]
Have one, love it. Big semi auto by todays standards. Probably about 6-8k rounds through it and only 3 malfunctions (all handloads). Mine is a two tone, with night sights, I think it ran me $730 3 years ago (best price I could find at the time). Groups as well as my buddy's glock (not as good as my kimber though!)
Forgot to mention that Sig has a new 220 out (I forgot it official designation), but if your an leo, it holds 12rds, otherwise, it will hold 10 (although I don't know the price difference, and you can buy factory 8rd magazines anyway).
Link Posted: 10/31/2001 11:33:13 AM EST
Keep the Kimber slasher you bastard
Link Posted: 10/31/2001 12:43:31 PM EST
I used to have one, it was very accurate and reliable. It was sometimes hard to get a fully loaded magazine to lock into place, but that was the only problem I ever had with it. Sorry I sold it.
Link Posted: 10/31/2001 1:56:35 PM EST

Originally Posted By Makarov:
Anyone have good or bad thoughts about the Sig 220? What is the fair market price for a Sig 220, New-In-Box? Thanx

I used to have one & it didn't get very good groups, about 4-6" at 20 yards. It was very dependable, it'd shoot anything you'd put in it.

My complaint about the Sig P-220 is the 7rd mag. Some models, I've heard, have started shipping with new 8rd mags but I've not seen any.

Would I buy a P-220 again? No. There's better guns out there for the same amount of money you're going to have to spend for the Sig.

My .o2
Link Posted: 10/31/2001 4:14:28 PM EST
Got one. Love it except for it is a little big for my hands (my 228 fits like a glove!)

I paid $650 for an NIB one with 2 mags last year.

Link Posted: 10/31/2001 7:22:43 PM EST
I have a regular blued one about a year and half old and has never jammed. I try my best to feed it everything I can find...that's cheap. I love it and I have small hands, it's more accurate than my 226 for some reason but it could be just me. The only other 45 I had was a ParaP10...POS POS POS. If I could just waste $500 I would shoot it with my friends 300WM...
It's not small though. I've seen in norcal selling for $600 to $625 new but the lower price I haven't seen for a while.

The Mak rocks, I wish I could get one here...Oh well, gotta go somewhere else and wait for some nice guy to sell me one outside a show...:)
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