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RENO, NV –– Legacy Sports International is proud to announce the development of a new partnership between SIG SAUER Germany and Legacy Sports International. This new agreement with Legacy Sports International authorizes the exclusive import of SIG SAUER German made firearms into the USA through the Legacy Sports Headquarters based out of Reno, Nevada.

“We are happy to know our products for the US market are finally back in the hands of a strong and focused importer and supplier. We are looking forward to all of the new opportunities this relationship will bring to SIG SAUER of Germany and to the US Market.” Said Tim Castagne, President of SIG SAUER Germany.

US Dealers and consumers can expect to see a fine variety of the popular German made SIG SAUER products including but not limited to such renowned items as the P210 LEGEND and the P226 X-Line (Only available from Sig Germany) featuring the highest of precision craftsmanship and accuracy that the historic SIG SAUER German brand is known for."

https://www.shootingwire.com/r...be-bc6f-651950378725



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Apparently I don't know enough about Sig Sauer to not understand why Sig Sauer in NH is not the importer/supplier of Sig Sauer Germany products.




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Apparently I don't know enough about Sig Sauer to not understand why Sig Sauer in NH is not the importer/supplier of Sig Sauer Germany products.

SIG NH was the importer, until THIS happened.
 
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From the people who brought Americans the Howa, eh? They promise a 'fine variety', but are they just going to be bringing in two product lines or opening a door that'll get at least some people past doing one-off imports? Guess I'll have to shoot them an email and see what gives.
 
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Does this mean the SSG 3000 can come back to the US?
 
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Might also impact warranty support in a good way for German Sig's imported to the US through LSI.
 
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I have a Howa Bravo bolt rifle distributed by LSI. I’ve called them a couple of times with questions and their service has been outstanding. Hopefully the SIGs they bring over will be offered with reasonable pricing.


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I'm surprised SIG Sauer US didn't 86 this deal. P210A now has competition in the P210 Legend and the P320 X5 with the "real" X5.
 
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RENO, NV –– Legacy Sports International is proud to announce the development of a new partnership between SIG SAUER Germany and Legacy Sports International. This new agreement with Legacy Sports International authorizes the exclusive import of SIG SAUER German made firearms into the USAthrough the Legacy Sports Headquarters based out of Reno, Nevada.

“We are happy to know our products for the US market are finally back in the hands of a strong and focused importer and supplier. We are looking forward to all of the new opportunities this relationship will bring to SIG SAUER of Germany and to the US Market.” Said Tim Castagne, President of SIG SAUER Germany.

US Dealers and consumers can expect to see a fine variety of the popular German made SIG SAUER products including but not limited to such renowned items as the P210 LEGEND and the P226 X-Line (Only available from Sig Germany) featuring the highest of precision craftsmanship and accuracy that the historic SIG SAUER German brand is known for."

https://www.shootingwire.com/r...be-bc6f-651950378725


Any speculation as to whether this new agreement will impact other current SIG importers such as MMBI or Armory Craft? and is so, how?
 
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We'll have to find out what they're bringing in, first.
 
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Apparently I don't know enough about Sig Sauer to not understand why Sig Sauer in NH is not the importer/supplier of Sig Sauer Germany products.

SIG NH was the importer, until THIS happened.


Which is total BS. If Sig sold them to the U.S. government, what the U.S. government does after they are the owner of them, is up to the U.S. government not SIG.
 
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Competition brings out the best in all!
 
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Any speculation as to whether this new agreement will impact other current SIG importers such as MMBI or Armory Craft? and is so, how?


I would tend to think that LSI will be dealing in volumes higher than all of the independent importers which could result in prices that undercut everyone else.

I wonder if this could open up the possibility of some limited runs being made or group buys. An all stainless P220 in 9mm has always been at the top of my list...


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Competition brings out the best in all!


My concern is the use of the word "exclusive"...as in, will this agreement prevent the independent importers like MMBI from further importing SIGs for their customers?...thus eliminating the competition.
 
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I wonder if this could open up the possibility of some limited runs being made or group buys. An all stainless P220 in 9mm has always been at the top of my list...

{ears perk up, thinks...I need more 9mmUS magazines, and I wonder if Bruce Gray could convert a 9mm ST to .38 Super?}
 
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^^^

Given the platform, I can't think of a reason he couldn't. Barrel, spring, and magazines. Let the fun begin!

Given the parts in a kit, you should be able to do it yourself.



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I’ve never heard of “SIG Sauer Germany.” Is that the same as SIG Sauer GmbH?
 
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I’ve never heard of “SIG Sauer Germany.” Is that the same as SIG Sauer GmbH?

Germany, DE, whatever. Use it to differentiate from SIG USA (or NH).
 
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