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Sig P210 In Stock


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I was hoping that the price on these would start to drop, since SIG has started making them again. A few months ago the new ones were running around $1600-1700. I've always said I'll buy a P210 ones I find one for around $1200. 

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Every person should have at least one gun that is an excellent example of the gunmaker's art.  An early Browning A5, Pre-1965 S&W M27 or M29, Colt Python, or Sig P210 fills this need.  Don't even try to compare a Sig P210 with any modern Sig Sauer.  Different companies, totally different levels of quality.

 

This is a production military pistol that is as well-made as the highest quality custom pistols.  It makes modern factory pistols look like a Jiminez or HiPoint in comparison.  The ergonomics and accuracy are excellent. 

 

The modern P210 magazines can be used with the old P210 by milling, filing, or grinding down the back of the baseplate slightly to accommodate the heel magazine release.  If they seem like a tight fit, use a Scotch-Brite pad to smooth out some of the overly-thick parkerizing.

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Just sayin : I would not trade my 9 mm p226 tacops for any other pistol . This never fails & very accurate !

 

I like my Sig Sauer pistol as well.  But nothing made by Sig Sauer is in the same league as the Swiss-made Sig P210.  Even their P210 Legend is noticeably less well-made.

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