I'm coming down with some kind of Sig-ness, I think
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Don't worry about the night sights...even if they are "bad" (which is unlikely), they can be switched out for something ...
September 15th, 2012 01:37 PM
Sounds like a good deal...
Don't worry about the night sights...even if they are "bad" (which is unlikely), they can be switched out for something even better!
On Sig pistols, or at least the "P" series, you should field strip it to inspect the frame rails for excessive wear.
Many people do not apply enough lube to Sig frames (which are hard anodized aluminum) which can result in excessive wear.
What is excessive? I don't know, you have to judge for yourself. I think that the frame rails wear down to a certain point, and then the wear stops.
I use Eno's Slide Glide grease on my frame rails, and while not obsessed with greasing, I do want my firearm to last for as long as possible.
Just to infect you further with Signess...here is a photo of my new 220 Compact SAS:
September 15th, 2012 01:46 PM
Just keep telling yourself: "I can quit any time I want to! Sure I can! Just one more and then I'll quit!"
September 15th, 2012 04:40 PM
I still remember a friends P225 that I used to shoot, quite possibly the perfect gun for my hand. Wish I had that today, would even give my 19 for its single stack perfection.
September 16th, 2012 10:11 AM
Damn I like that gun! I've wanted a P220 SAS for a little while now. I'm currently collecting .45acp brass so that when I do I'm ready to load. .45acp is expensive if you dont reload. I did the math just the other day and I can reload a 200gr FMJ for about $11 per 100.
Originally Posted by wheelyfun101
I carry a .357mag because no one bickers about the .357mag being "enough".
September 17th, 2012 10:05 AM
I'm debating whether I should trade my PT1911 toward it.
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