Pics of my SIG P220 SAO in Comp-Tac

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    Pics of my SIG P220 SAO in Comp-Tac

    Great shooter, super acurate, easy to carry, eats every thing, and I mean, every thing I put in it, it has found the #1 spot on my CCW.
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    Very nice, I'd love to get my hands on the Sig p220 SAO!
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    What model comp tac is that? Thanks

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    It's the Comp-Tac Paddle in FBI cant with adjustable tension and speed cut out all great features, can't say enough good thing about the folks over there at Comp-Tac, ordered the same rig along with the single mag holder which also has a varaible tension screw. For another weapon that didn't work out. called them up and they said send them back and we will replace, no charge, things like restocking fees or that nature, and wolla in one week to the day my new rig was on my hip, very comfortable for all day carry. Give them a call, there web address is Comp-Tac : About Us Good luck hope this helped.
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    Nice!!
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    Very nice Sig and holster.I also carry a Sig daily.
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    I've never seen a single-action only Sig before. That's pretty damn cool. And that is a great looking folder, too.


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    Yeah I can't say enough good things about the SIG in SAO with SIG nite sites to boot, and as for the folder thanks for the props, its a Spyderco Police model in all Stainless serrated, my boss got into engraving and I let him get in some first time practice not to bad for his first outing!! It will be a family air loom to be handed down to my son who has the same initials, he's a patient lad, and it will be worth the wait.
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    Nice looking set-up, my eye did catch that Spyderco, Also in the picture the SIG is cocked & locked do you carry it that way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eldorado View Post
    Nice looking set-up, my eye did catch that Spyderco, Also in the picture the SIG is cocked & locked do you carry it that way?
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    That's an SAO (Single Action Only) P220. It has a 1911-esque safety and no decocker. It's meant to be carried condition 1, like a 1911 or BHP.



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    I always carry in condition 1, time matters in a emergency, one cool thing about the SIG's in SAO thats a new spin on the great John Browning design is that on a standard 1911 when you unload the standard 1911 you have to lower the safety and than rack the slide to eject the chamberd round, on the SIG SAO the safety can remain engaged not allowing the trigger a mechanical chance of a neglagent
    discharge. just one more reason I really enjoy my Sig if any one is intrested in the engraver I will be happy to make a contact avaible.
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    Nice Spyderco!

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    Some more pics of the Spyderco, again if anyone wants a contact feel free to ask, and thanks for the positive remarks on my gear
    that sounded wierd, I guess it's just the way my mind works, to
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    Nothing quite like the P220 SAO. How do you like it?

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    I really enjoy it, super acurate out of the box, great feel to the hand
    crisp 5# trigger, sig night sites, 28oz unloaded, 8 rounds of 45ACP
    did I mention how acurate it was, at 10yds a 1.3" group is common
    I have herd the 5" service is capable of 1" groups at 25yds and I believe it seeing I'm shooting from a 3.75" carry model and it is tuff to find any faults in this SIG SAO I am a very proud owner, I have owned the Springfield micro, Kimber UC II, and this SIG is my choice of EDC!!
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