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Posted: 8/23/2017 9:37:16 AM EDT
I am in the market for a new compact.
Does anyone know where I can find a P224 9mm? All of my current Sigs have the SRT and are DA/SA. Any help finding one would be greatly appreciated.
Also anyone that has one, how do you like it?
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 4:48:24 PM EDT
[#1]
They're certainly drying up, I see fairy good deals on them on Gunbroker sometimes though. The problem is that most I see are .40 or DAK, but that may not turn you off and there are 9mm DA/SA around. I've held one a few times, and honestly kind of want one but it's definitely got its drawbacks. It has a tiny grip relative to high it sits over the hand, making it balance kinda funny. Secondly, it's a chunky little thing, for how small it is it's pretty ungainly.
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 8:37:09 PM EDT
[#2]
Keep an eye on gunbroker as I've seen several good deals. Unlike most Sig's, the P224 and P239 share the same slide between calibers so its a simple barrel swap to go from .40 to 9mm. You can convert a DAK to DA/SA but its usually cheaper to buy a DA/SA first.. Register it with Sig and you should receive a 20% off coupon, can use this for a 9mm barrel if you buy the .40..
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 2:09:55 PM EDT
[#3]
I recently picked up 2 CPO 224's, a SAS version and a Equinox, both in 40. Great shooting guns, a lot softer shooting than I expected.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 8:27:04 PM EDT
[#4]
I like mine in 9 mm. However, they are going to become more and more tough to find since Sig discontinued them.
Link Posted: 8/28/2017 10:58:46 AM EDT
[#5]
There is one at the PX here at Fort Polk.  It's chambered in 40.  

There was a 9mm but someone scooped it up.  

The 40 has been in the case for a year now.  I'd snag it today if it were a 9mm.
Link Posted: 8/29/2017 8:02:17 AM EDT
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Keep an eye on gunbroker as I've seen several good deals. Unlike most Sig's, the P224 and P239 share the same slide between calibers so its a simple barrel swap to go from .40 to 9mm. You can convert a DAK to DA/SA but its usually cheaper to buy a DA/SA first.. Register it with Sig and you should receive a 20% off coupon, can use this for a 9mm barrel if you buy the .40..
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The slides are NOT swapable between a P224 and P239. The 224 slide is swapable with a P229C only. 9MM barrels can we used in the 40 S&W slide as they are the same diameter. The barrel hoods are slightly different in size, but will still work.

Sig is not longer sending 20% off coupons when you register a firearm. They stopped that the beginning of the year. They will still accept any existing 20% off coupons.
Link Posted: 8/29/2017 11:28:00 AM EDT
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The slides are NOT swapable between a P224 and P239. The 224 slide is swapable with a P229C only. 9MM barrels can we used in the 40 S&W slide as they are the same diameter. The barrel hoods are slightly different in size, but will still work.

Sig is not longer sending 20% off coupons when you register a firearm. They stopped that the beginning of the year. They will still accept any existing 20% off coupons.
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When did I mention the slides were swappable between a P224 and P239?

I said that a P224 as well as a P239 share the same slides with the .40 and .357 versions. So to convert a .40 p224 or .40 P239 in to a 9mm all you need is the 9mm barrel.
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