What is the gun to the left of the BANNER?

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    I agree with the Sig 225 or 239.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper
    I agree with the Sig 225 or 239.

    Of them it looks like the 225 most......so my NEW and IMPROVED guess is the 225. And I don't feel so bad.....my original guess was a classic SIG with a single-stack 8 round* magazine.

    *Yes, the P220 comes stock in w/ 7 round mags but takes flush factory 8 rounders too.
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    That is a picture of her.
    Ummm, nope. I have real hips.

    I snapped that photo of somebody at a range, and it is a Sig, though what particular model I don't recall.
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    Darn I lose. I guess I have to turn in my X ray glasses, secret decoder ring and membership badge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty
    Ummm, nope. I have real hips.

    I snapped that photo of somebody at a range, and it is a Sig, though what particular model I don't recall.
    So we'll never know!! Oh Noooooooooo!!

    Hey where's that 3 dimensional imaging software that would let us rotate the picture, take the gun out of the holster and read the writing like you see on TV and in movies?

    I'll bet Betty has that software right?

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    At least we know it's a Sig now. Fortunately for me our local range is becoming a Sig dealer so I should be able to check out most of the models there soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euclidean
    Darn I lose. I guess I have to turn in my X ray glasses, secret decoder ring and membership badge.
    Keep the ring and the badge, I will take the XRay glasses

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    Sorry guys, this is the best I can do:

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    Great job......easily seen now to be a P225 9mm.
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    Thanks Betty. When do you get the upgrade to the Hollywood version of your software?

    Looks good.

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    Im going with the P225.

    Frame appear to be a tad smaller than a 220.

    Looks like the trigger guard might be squared...which could be a 225.
    Also looks like single stack.
    The hump on the back of the grip looks like a 225, not the straighter 220.

    If you look at the size of the hand in comparison to the gun, its not a big as a full sizzed Sig...unless of course the guys hasa big hand...

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    Whoops....I just read the WHOLE thread and saw the picture. No doubt now...225.

    So the big question is....is it a womans hand or a man with soft hands ?

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    Talking

    That's a good question. From that angle, it kind of looks like this skinny little guy I know.

    Then again the clothing is very neat and well kept. I know when I have occassion to carry a pistol on my hip it's on a weekend and I'm wearing a well worn shirt leftover from my days in the lumberyard and jeans that probably have a hole in them somewhere.

    It seems my guns are the only thing I can keep well.

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    What holster?

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