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Sig P6 Questions

Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by thegriz18, Jan 3, 2010.


  1. thegriz18

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    I am picking up my October 1983 W. German P6 tomorrow. What are the major differences between the P225 and P6? The feed ramp? From what I understand the two are basically the same pistol. Can someone fill me in? Thanks!
     

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  2. thegriz18

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    the only difference between a P6 & P225 is the cut hammer and a heavier main spring...
    both were required for the german police. every thing alse is the same. the feed ramp
    had a design change (mid to late '80's??).
    i have a Feb '79 P6 and have not had any problems with it! and i shoot Gold Dots thru it.
    if you ever need spare parts, check out Top Gun Supply...http://www.topgunsupply.com/
    great company to do business with!!
    hope you enjoy your P6!!!!
     
  4. G33

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    Agree on hammer and spring.
    You can change out the spring with Wolfe spring kit.

    My P6 is a tack driver.
    Feels great in the hands.
    :supergrin:
     
  5. thegriz18

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    Thanks. I Understand that changing the main spring is rather complicated. any good reference sources for this?
     
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    I got one last month...shot about 150 rnds thru it..NICE... Flawless.. IM leaving it the way it is.... mine was made in 79, and the finish is really good..
     
  7. I am plastic

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    These things are fantastic. I wish I would have bought more whene they were cheaper, $260 range. Oh well.

    A few weeks before Xmas, I taught my father how to shoot. There was 6 inches or so on the ground (and still snowing) and the only two guns that I could think of bringing in that wet environment was a G22 and the P6. He didn't like the Glock that much but loved the P6. It's not the best gun to teach a novice with (trigger pull weight) but he did very well. I'm waiting for him to ask for it.
     
  8. joshs74nova

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    Changing the hammer spring is easy. Just buy the chris ordnorff dvd and the sig tool. Wolff makes replacement springs. I own two P6's. There is a reason I own more than one, their awesome!
     
  9. thegriz18

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    I didn't see the tool on TGS. Is it on there? What is it called?
    Thanks
     
  10. redstar

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    Another difference between the P6 and the 225 is the magazine release. The Swiss 225's have the heel magazine release, which is rather impossible to release with one hand. I bought my first 225 (already had a P6) from TGS a few weeks ago when they had a sale on "fair grade" models.
     
  11. thegriz18

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    My P6 has the "normal" mag release. I almost grabbed a P220 in 9mm with the old heel release, but it was beat up pretty badly and the P6 was in better shape.