She's a keeper

She's a keeper

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    She's a keeper

    Anniversary gift from my awesome wife.CAM00414.jpg


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    She is a keeper...and the gun is nice too!!!
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    Both are keepers! Congrats!

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    Yep, that's a winner!


    Congrats and enjoy.....

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    Winner Winner Chicken Dinner !

    And you got your wife......... ????????
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    I'd call that a SIGnificant gift! (sorry, couldn't resist)
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    So, what is it?

    I can see it's a SIG, of course. But, what model/features? Not that it matters, really.

    A "keeper" by any other name. Enjoy the new pony in the stable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaRon View Post
    Winner Winner Chicken Dinner !

    And you got your wife......... ????????
    the same thing every year, spa day and cash

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    I would agree with you, congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    So, what is it?

    I can see it's a SIG, of course. But, what model/features? Not that it matters, really.

    A "keeper" by any other name. Enjoy the new pony in the stable.
    mint condition SIG P245
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    The SIG P245 variant is chambered only in .45 ACP (hence the name) and was developed primarily for the US market as a civilian's concealed sidearm, or as a police backup weapon. The SIG P245 has a reversible magazine release giving the user the choice of operating it with their left or right thumb. It normally takes 6 round magazines, but can also accept the 7, 8, or 10 round magazines designed for the P220. A grip extender is available for use with these longer magazines. One of the major differences in construction between the P245 and the P220 Compact is that the P245 was only built using the older stamped steel slide design with a removable breech block.
    SIG Sauer P220 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    that's why I wanted the 245 apposed to the 220 compact , I like the stamped slide of the older sigs

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    Very nice! Got yourself a good woman!
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    Awesome. Enjoy. Better treat both of them real nice.

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    You sir are a fortunate man to have her. Perhaps a nice"date night" would be in order. With your wife of course.
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