Two new ones will be in the house Saturday.

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    Two new ones will be in the house Saturday.

    Well we went and paid for my wife's Beretta px4 compact today. While there She talked me into a Sig 229 SAS. I had another gun on layaway at the local Gander monutain but it was damaged when I went in to pick it up so I didnt accept it and left. She didnt have to twist my arm to hard to get the Sig. I've wanted one for almost 25 years.

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    There is no cure for the Signess...as you're soon to find out.

    Let's see some pics!

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    awesome!! congrats!! you should get the cx4 to compliment it, if you are into rifles also

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    Your wife talked you into buying a new gun?? Lucky man. How far did she have to twist your arm?
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    The cx4 looks nice but havent ever seen one around these parts. As far as my wife twisted my arm she didnt have to twist to hard. I'm looking forward to being ill with the Signess. I'll post some pictures this weekend after picking them up. I cant wait. Saturday at 1pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GH View Post
    Your wife talked you into buying a new gun?? Lucky man. How far did she have to twist your arm?
    Ummm ya what this one said.

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    Nice! The Signess is a great thing to have. I've had it since 1988. First with a 226 in 9mm and now with a 226 in .40. Awesome weapons. Congrats.

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    Lousey pictures , batteries were going dead and none in the house.Beretta is my wife's. The Sig is mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric357 View Post
    Lousey pictures , batteries were going dead and none in the house.Beretta is my wife's. The Sig is mine.
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    What is the round thing in the Beretta pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric357 View Post
    Well we went and paid for my wife's Beretta px4 compact today. While there She talked me into a Sig 229 SAS. I had another gun on layaway at the local Gander monutain but it was damaged when I went in to pick it up so I didnt accept it and left. She didnt have to twist my arm to hard to get the Sig. I've wanted one for almost 25 years.
    Congrats on the Sig. I have a P229 and I love it. You may want to consider getting the 22 conversion kit which allows you to switch barrels and shoot the cheaper ammo.


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    I've been told that the blue cup is pretty much there to keep the plastic box from being crushed. It also can double as a holder for snap caps, etc.

    Thnks. I like it. Just need to get it out and shoot.I do have a Sig Mosq which is similar in size to the 229. I considered tje 22 lr conversion but with the current shortage of 22lr ammo I might burn through my squirrel ammo to quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric357 View Post
    Well we went and paid for my wife's Beretta px4 compact today. While there She talked me into a Sig 229 SAS. I had another gun on layaway at the local Gander monutain but it was damaged when I went in to pick it up so I didnt accept it and left. She didnt have to twist my arm to hard to get the Sig. I've wanted one for almost 25 years.
    That's a good woman you got there! My wife will do that every once in a while...course I don't usually need much coaxing to buy a new toy.
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