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For me it is the P6. I never even picked one up so when I got one in a package deal.... wow. It has become my big pocket coat pistol. Lucky me...VI
 
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P-239, always thought it made no sense. I have 3 now.



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I had read about the P225 and P6 here on the forums and in magazines but never held one.

An individual on one of the other forums I visit on occasion had a P6 sale and I snapped it up.

Looking back I paid a little too much but I love it even with the 100lb trigger pull.
 
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P220R Carry. I even badmouthed them when they came out because the only difference between it and a full size P220 was being a half inch shorter. Then I had some cash burning a hole in my pocket and saw one in a pawn shop. Felt so good in the hand and pointed so naturally I made it mine. I remember thinking what kind of a dumbass would pawn something like this? Stopped at the range on the way home and the rest, as they say, was history.
 
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P226S.... saw it at a gunshow, felt good,looked cool, and was silky smooth. Took a gamble at 1300, and wow...just fun! Had no clue about them.
 
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I used to think the 239 was ugly and a dumb design. Now I have 2 and it's one of my favorites. Go figure.
 
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SP2022. Made fun of it when it the SP2340 came out. Bought one just because they were $350 and figured it'd make a good car gun. Ended up liking it enough to use it in 3-gun. Without it, I probably wouldn't have tried other polymer framed pistols.


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Had, and was very satisfied with, a 229 back a few years ago. Stumbled upon a like-new Sig 228 CPO (red box) at a pawn shop in Dallas three years ago for $399 & picked it up due to the price alone. I have no words to describe how wonderful this gun is. The 229 is now relegated to the safe.



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P239. I thought it was a lesser version of the 225.
Wrong.


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P6 and the P320. I remember thinking, "what use could I possibly have for a low-capacity, single-stack 9mm?" Then I handled one. It went home with me, and was my carry gun for several years.

As to the P320, I was never a big fan of striker fired plastic pistols. I shot a buddy's P250, and liked it, but the trigger pull, while exceptionally smooth, was way too long as was the reset. When they came out with the P320, I thought "meh, it's basically just a striker-fired p250." Then my department started looking at new duty guns to replace our 20 year-old P229s. I lobbied for the G17. They bought P320s. I shot it, and fell in love.
 
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Originally posted by mrapteam666:
Looking back I paid a little too much but I love it even with the 100lb trigger pull.

That's an easy fix. Smile


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My P220 SAO.
 
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I guess you might say the P6. I was a little skeptical since it was a used police pistol imported from Germany.

First range trip changed my mind real fast. Now it's one of my standard carry pistols.


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Another here for the 320. I was issued a Glock with one department, qualified well, but didn't care for the grip.

When the 320 came out, I figured it was going to feel similar to the Glock. It felt better in my hand than the 229 which I loved and carried with another department.

Add in the modularity and I was sold.


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P2340 in .40 and .3457sig


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P229 Legion is a recent joy; had no idea how perfect this feels. P239 remains a surprising comfort.


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P230 SL. I never knew Sig made such a beautiful gun until seeing a gorgeous shape in the used case at a LGS. I asked to see it and was shocked it was a Sig...I was used to blocky, high bore axis guns and was surprised. I kept my eye out and snagged a complete SL example from 1984 from a young cop who used it as his personal BUG. The dept had just changed their rules and he needed to buy a 9mm so he sold it to me for $500 (included the original orange box and three stainless mags). The gun was older than he was; he bought it from a cop who was retiring a few years back who'd had it from new and it was his BUG since then.







 
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SHR-970. Didn't realize SIG made hunting rifles until I came across the one I ultimately bought. It's been a great deer gun, and its barrel interchangeability is a big plus.

With pistolas: truthfully, any of them. I never seriously considered owning any SIG other than perhaps the P210 until my brother cajoled me into buying my first, a P229R. Now I have too many of them...and I wouldn't have it any other way. They didn't come close to curing me of my Glockaholism but it's been mostly a fun ride to date regardless.
 
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P226.

I thought it was big and bulky for a 9mm. I now have 3.
 
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P320

Never thought I would like a polymer pistol or a striker fired. It has become my EDC and one of my most accurate pistols. Not the most fun, however. I would have to say my Ruger in Super Blackhawk in .44Mag is one of my most fun shooters.
 
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