SiG Reintroducing P210

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    I have shot a couple of 210s, very well made, the slide feels like they move on ball bearings, but the cost of this beast is going to be very high, and it is 9mm too. A good gun for rich guys, like buying a Rolex.
     

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    Rich guys have to shoot too. :rofl:
     
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    That's just obscene, a beavertail!?
     
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    I'm not even considering it unless they offer one with their rainbow titanium finish and pink grips.

    Ok, that was harsh... I'd also take one in Winter Digital.
     
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    It looks terrible(I love the original look) is it still made in Switzerland?
     
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    I've got a SIG P210-2 and personally I think that it would be better with a slight beavertail. Everytime that I shoot mine, it leaves a nice little red mark on the back of my hand where the hammer contacts it. Not enough to draw blood, but just enough to be annoying.

    I'm interested in the new P210, but the price would have to be in the $1,200 or less range for me to consider buying one. And too bad that the mags won't be interchangeable. Very hard to find affordable mags for the P210....
     
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    It needs a rail










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    Don't know, like others say it will depend on the price, which I feel with probably be quite high. Id love one if its cheap enough, but if its not ill continue to hold out for the day I can afford an original.
     
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    Are we positive they wont be? Would it be possible to make them in a way they would work with the American release and the Euro one?
     
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    Ha, Cobro, Bac, what did I tell you? Now pray with me that Exeter won't F#%* it out this time.
     
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    No, not it does not. Raven, go wash your mouth with soap and bleach.
     
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    I wonder will Exeter consider P210 above or below X-Five line. If they maintain the same quality as their X-Five product line, we might have something to forward to.

    It will be hard though, for their old P210, though they are rare to find. It seems their price stay under $1500. And their new X-Five, depend on the model, dance around $2k.
     
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    BTW, is just me or any body else get scare a bit when reading the "The P210improved by SIG SAUER" part?
     
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    Damn that internal drop safety! :steamed:
     
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    That oughta raise the prices of the old ones...



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    Give 'em time.... :faint:
     
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