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Posted: 5/3/2003 3:53:57 PM EST
Found one at the gunshow with "15 rounds through it" for 600 with a preban mag, gun was made before 94 sometime.

Found another one that is supposedly new with 2 preban mags for 750.

Whats the best decision? still buy new?

Any way to tell if theres something wrong with the 226?
Link Posted: 5/4/2003 1:27:27 AM EST
[Last Edit: 5/4/2003 1:28:39 AM EST by Tripwire]
well, http://www.kyimports.com/ has (Used, Very Good Condition) ones for $389.99--$419.99 with night sights. I believe they have 15 rnd factory mags for 60 bucks too.

I wouldnt buy new unless you realy want a new one, sigs are preety tough, ive got a p220 9mm thats older than I am and it's still about the most accurate pistol ive ever shot.
whatever floats your boat.
Link Posted: 5/4/2003 5:14:23 AM EST
I recommend the new full stainless P226. You'll have to buy new as it just came out.

Otherwise, used model are in the 350-450 range right now.
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 1:58:36 PM EST
I got mine for $635 still in the plastic from Bugs N Bullets in Butte, Montana. $600 is't a deal at all. You can find used factory 15rd mags for $35 at a few places and they function perfectly. I'm a bit anal retentive and had to have a brand spankin' new one CDNN might have some kind of deal going. Tripwire's suggestion looks really good if you're okay with buying one used. Sigs are surely tough!
Link Posted: 5/9/2003 12:57:44 PM EST
I paid $400 for a 2-tone 226 with night sights, used. Since then, it has had about 60K rounds through it and I have yet to have it break. The barrel could probably stand to be replaced, and there is a little more rattling than there used to be, but for what I paid for it, it has done everything I have asked of it and then some. It is still going strong with no signs of kicking the bucket any time soon, so I will keep shooting the crap out of it.

If you pay more than about $600 for brand new, you are getting hosed. IMHO.

Link Posted: 5/22/2003 7:58:00 PM EST
Phil a Steen

I totally agree with your recommendation of the full stainless. I have the new 40.

But it will cost a lot more than the others, the list is about $1150.00. I paid $900. It's steep but I love it.
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