New Sig P6 (225)

New Sig P6 (225)

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    Just got my Sig P6 (225) 9mm from CDNN. WOW!!! I paid the extra bucks for hand-select and this pistol looks virtually NIB.
    The only ding on the finish is on the forward tip of the trigger guard and is probably honest holster wear. Even the plastic grips have their sharp checkering. The breachface shows that at least one round was fired and there was a slight brass mark on the mag follower, but that’s all folks.
    A single “smiley” is on the top of the barrel, but not a mark on the top of the breach block.
    Other than these, NOT ONE SCRATCH...amazing.
    Even more amazing is shooting this thing. As our buddies the Brits say, “Spot on, mate.” The sites are simple, but perfectly regulated for social situations. The double-action trigger pull is stout (~ 12# SWAG), but smooth with a crisp break, sort of like a heavy old S&W. The double action feels more like its rolling with no stacking or staging.
    Single action was about 3.5 – 4# (SWAG), again featuring a crisp break and almost immediate re-set.
    Fired about 200 rounds, 50 were Speer Gold Dots. Only one failure to go into battery with the GDs. The piece was born in March `81, so I don’t know if it has the “later – will feed H-Ps style” barrel or whether I just got lucky. I’ll re-check photos of the new ramp style and compare.
    The piece is slim, light and fills the hand well. It’s a single stack, 8 rnds. It has one of those squared-off trigger guards that were in fashion at the time, and this one’s long enough to accommodate a gloved finger. Regardless, it seems to fit quite well in a Don Hume I have for my XD45 Service.
    So, for about $350, I have what appears to be a virtually new, if earlier generation, Sig.
    Who can complain? Not me.

    Pictures to come – if you want them.
    What if the Hokey-Pokey really is what it's all about?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Detachment_Charlie View Post

    Pictures to come – if you want them.


    OF COURSE WE WANT PICS!

    The people of the forum DEMAND them!









    Oh yeah....

    Congrats on the P6.

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    Mmmmmmmm. Siggy goodness....

    Congrats on the 225.

    Sig makes a darn fine pistol.

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    What if the Hokey-Pokey really is what it's all about?

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    That IS a nice looking pistol for a great price! Appears to be a good shooter too! Can't go wrong with the SIG--so that makes three things going for it! I don't know why-when I saw these listed in Shotgun News-I was thinking l bottom magazine catch? I can see now I was mistaken.

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