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I wouldn't trade my W.German pistols for anything in that catalog but I will admit my EDC is an M11A1, 2013 vintage though.

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That catalog brought back memories of strolling through the toy section of the Sears & Roebuck catalogs in the 70s the Christmas version.  Lots of things I would circle.  However, I am with you I would not trade any of my W. German guns for any item there, but I would trade some greenbacks for a few items.  

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I was thinking the same thing, Runco. My wife just came in to ask what I was doing and I told her I was looking at the latest Sears Toy Catalog. She just shook her head and left. Frowning a bit, I must tell you.

As far as this Sig catalog...it is very much mind boggling to me. Way too much info for an old man to absorb this early on a dreary Saturday morning. lol

I did find the grip modules for the 320 pistols, and the laser modules especially caught my eye. A 320 compact with an integral laser is very, very interesting.

A lot of information, pretty awesome presentation package too. 

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Sig did a fantastic thing with the modular 320.  Did you guy notice they are coming out with a Compact X version? They dropped the subcompact but kept that shorter length slide and put it into easier to grab Compact.

That one excites me a bit, but production may be a ways out from the news dropping.

 

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Only two things in that catalog that I liked were the 225 (still wish I had bought a P6 when they were cheap) and the late 60's early 70's Ford truck.   I just wish they had Lena Miculek pictured more throughout. 

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13 hours ago, Fourtyfive said:

I’m considering an X Carry.

I was completely happy with my CZ 75 SP-01, until I decided to do a little research into the X Carry that you mentioned.  Look's like a trip to my LGS is coming up this weekend. 

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2 hours ago, Capbyrd said:

Only two things in that catalog that I liked were the 225 (still wish I had bought a P6 when they were cheap) and the late 60's early 70's Ford truck.   I just wish they had Lena Miculek pictured more throughout. 

Amen on the P6 / 225 and the old ford trucks especially with the old straight 6 .

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Holy Moses , I just looked at the catalog and their website, The prices are unreal !

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7 hours ago, tercel89 said:

Holy Moses , I just looked at the catalog and their website, The prices are unreal !

Yeah they proud...anyone know if they quit "beta" testing customers...or is that still a thing?

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10 minutes ago, Magiccarpetrides said:

Yeah they proud...anyone know if they quit "beta" testing customers...or is that still a thing?

 

 

Oh, no.   That's the new normal for all companies. 

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