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Hickok45 reviews the Sig P320
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My next purchase will be a Sig P320 Compact .357 Sig.......whenever it comes out.

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#2
Without even watching the video I'm gonna guess he liked it.
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My first experience with Sig was a used Sig Mosquito .22 and it was awful....jammed up every 2-3 rounds. Bleh! Replaced with the Ruger SR22 which we love.

However, I recently decided to try to sell my LCP setup in order to get this:

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My LCP just bites my index finger so badly.....tried repositioning.....tried electrical tape.... And I'm told the Sig controls the recoil a bit better.

Plus it's PRETTY!!! Hoping to sell a couple guns so hubby and I can both trade up to something we really like.

Gotta rejoin a range though too. Looking into Langhorne Rod and Gun Club. Saving up for the summer so maybe by August.....
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Make sure you get some colt mustang 10 round mags for that p238 Wink
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Mr_Gixxer;147182 Wrote:Make sure you get some cold mustang 10 round mags for that p238 Wink


I don't know if I would want the mag to extend too far down..... But ones like this might be okay....these fit the sig? (Philly, sorry to hijack your thread.....I figured it's still a Sig....?)


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Don't know much about them but I had thought the ones like those in the picture you posted were just two piece snap on plastic finger extensions. I'm guessing those are colt mags by the appearance of the follower.

I was thinking more so for spare mags. Six rounder ready to rock and a few 10 rounders to clean up the mess (if you can even find them anymore idk).

Check out my thread...
http://www.pa2a.org/thread-my-11-round-s...ocket-1911
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I am a massive Sig fan I think the 226 and 229 are some of the finest handguns ever made, but I for the life of me cannot understand Sig's sudden obsession with plastic guns. According to Guns & Ammo the MSRP on this sucker is supposed to be $713 why the fuck would I pay Sig prices for a plastic gun? If I wanted a plastic gun I'd just as soon buy a Glock and save myself over $100. If you're already going to spend $700 on a handgun why not tack a little bit more on and get a nice 229R that will last generations and if it goes KABOOM doesn't turn into razor sharp shards that shred your hands to bits quite as readily? I don't understand how Sig expects to compete with Glock and S&W why not make your product competitively priced? I get the idea of buying a glock for the value it brings to the table considering the price. Then again I think this about the P250 and as well. I'm sure I'd like it if someone gave it to me to play with like Hickok, but I'd be kicking myself if I had to pay that price for it.

BTW that 238 is a beauty, that's what I'm talking about!
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Emoticon;147207 Wrote:BTW that 238 is a beauty, that's what I'm talking about!

Isn't it! I can't wait to be able to get it.

Actually funny story....hubby took me to Tanners and tried to surprise me with a pink gun...he thought I liked pink guns, and while they are cute in pix, I actually do not want a pink gun(poor guy)...the plastic makes it look like a toy. (Plus no offense it was an ugly Beretta) He had put a deposit so could not get it back. I gently told him he was very sweet but I am partial to engraved and pearl. So the guy showed me the sig, although the grips were pink pearl. I encouraged my hub to use the deposit towards a rifle he needed since the Sig was too expensive....but went online, got partial to the white pearl one, and working towards it. :-)
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Philadelphia Patriot;146772 Wrote:My next purchase will be a Sig P320 Compact .357 Sig.......whenever it comes out.


Rise..., RISE from the thread!!!


I am on my way into Cabela's tomorrow morning to pick up a Sig P320 full size in .40. After a crap ton of reviews, research, handling, and actually shooting this pistol, I am ALL IN. The reliability and accuracy of the modern Sig plus the modularity of the P320 system is not only great value, it just makes sense in a time where ammo availabilities can change so much. I plan on picking up the full size .45 with threaded barrel and the .40 threaded barrel when they come out in May (per Sig Rep), and possibly the 9mm later. This system, when used with a suppressor like the Osprey-45, make up for one hell of a shooters kit.

4 calibers: .357 Sig, 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP
3 sizes: full, compact, and sub-compact.
1 trigger pull (and that trigger has been described multiple times as the "best out of the box striker fired trigger on the market)

They are $650 at Cabela's (night sight version) as of this afternoon.

Additional caliber and size kits are $250-ish each. Swaps take under a minute without tools. That is a fist full of "fuck yeah!"
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#10
Looks nice. Hope to see at least one on the range this year.
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