The 229 and 226 in .40 seem a little pricey, $490 for a factory refurb 226 doesn't sound too bad, but it IS Gander Mtn and they are not known for low prices.
This is a discussion on Sig 226 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; My local gander mtn just boght out a pawn shop and have what looks like some decent deals. However not being in the industry very ...
My local gander mtn just boght out a pawn shop and have what looks like some decent deals. However not being in the industry very long they might not be deals. So my question is what is a decent price for a used sig 226 in decent condition. They have a factory reconditioned 226 in 9mm for $490, and a used one in 40s&w for 550, both guns are in good shape. Thay also have a 229 in excellent condition used for 580. Am i nuts for thinking these are decent deals?
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that's a better deal than I've seen here, so sounds good to me.
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Sigs are excellent weapons... if you don't take 'em at that price, someone else will...
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Offer them $395 for the 226 and see what they say. If they counter to $425-435, buy it.
Is it truly a 226 or is it a P6 225? Local pawn shop here has a few 225 P6 for that price.