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Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by JoeDoe22, May 8, 2008.
Its got a few beauty marks but I will still carry it after I get a chance to hit the range
Nice Sig! Who cares about beauty marks, it just shows someone was prepared to use it, and was ready often. I'm very intrigued by that .45 ammo you have there, I'd love to see a pic of the bullet and know the specs... I'd buy it just because of the box, but I prefer to know a little background first. Awesome though.
Nice weapon you got there if you dont mind how much did you pay for that beauty
She's purty! It's funny that it says made in W Germany.
+p 230gr JHP I haven't tested them yet, but they look like they will open up nicely.
It was $400
Well this is no East or West Germany anymore. I don't know it just kinda proves the age a little. I think it's cool, but funny.
Can't remember, is that double orsingle stack?
My vote is 7 or 8 +1... but i may be wrong, as i've been fooled before...
7+1 single stack
Im not sure if the 8+1's fit or not...I guess I should do a bit of research before I spend more money
I agree with Strange about the Beauty marks: It shows it wasn just a "trophy" or "Vault" gun.
Although I never have fired a SIG, I have held one, and the grip angle felt ok (Used to the 1911 and JHP) The De-cocker feature was interesting.
That was the latest and greatest safety feature of the mid-1980's. Beretta 92SB is similar. Double-action 1st pull of both is 12lbs. Never an AD with that! Lucky to hit anything at all with the first DA shot that heavy. The transition from 1st to 2nd shot is not easy to master.