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german made sig p220

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by lifsey83, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. lifsey83

    lifsey83

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    Don't know much about these. Was wondering what a used one in excellent condition is worth. And also some input on what everyone thanks of them .
     
  2. bac1023

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    Excellent condition is normally $600ish

    Is it 45ACP?
     

  3. itisbruno

    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    German or W. German? Come with matching serial number box and paper test target?
     
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  4. lifsey83

    lifsey83

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    The guy just said made in Germany assembled in Italy and no box
     
  5. lifsey83

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  6. Bruce M

    Bruce M

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    Many who have a P220 tend to like it and suggest it is one of their more enjoyable and accurate pistols. Around here much less than $600 starts to be in the very good deal / get it even if you have another range.
     
  7. Pier23

    Pier23 Silver Member

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    I am an unabashed P220 fanboi...a decent price for a 220 is whatever you can get it for....<ggggg>
     
  8. I've never heard of an Italian assembled SiG...something doesn't compute here...

    Bill
     
  9. bac1023

    bac1023

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    Me neither

    I know a lot of the mags were made in Italy...
     
  10. Highspeedlane

    Highspeedlane NRA Life Member

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    600-ish sounds about right if it's in decent shape.

    I'm a die hard 1911 fan but I still dig the Sig. Mine is the German made, folded carbon steel slide version with dual roll pin breech block retainer. I have never been able to get it to malfunction through approximately 2k rounds.

    The only downside I've heard on this model is the slide finish isn't quite up to the durability standards of other models, and general handling wear begins to show up fairly quickly.
     
  11. bac1023

    bac1023

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    I also love the old West German P220s in 9mm. :supergrin:


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  12. Highspeedlane

    Highspeedlane NRA Life Member

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    Nice pistole Senior Bac!
     
  13. bac1023

    bac1023

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    Thank you sir :)
     
  14. lifsey83

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    I have not seen the gun he just said it was a stainless slide and stainless frame that was all black. And he had it appraised at $1300 with no box or paperwork.
     
  15. Beanie-Bean

    Beanie-Bean

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    I really like my WG P220. It was an LE trade-in, with an old Hogue rubber grip and dead night sights. Ordered up some new springs, slim grips, and SIGlites from the mothership, and it cleaned up really nicely.

    It is a great shooter, and I would highly recommend picking one up if it's still available.
     
  16. ca survivor

    ca survivor

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    appraised for $1,300??? he should have sold it, right there :rofl:
     
  17. Stainless frame? Maybe a nitron coated P220 ST with a frame made in Germany, and field stripped by a fat Italian in New Jersey.