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Soggy, definitely try the barrel weight, balances the gun so much better. I love my grips, if you can find some and try them out, if not Larry's has some xsse and Trailside options.




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I am picking up a Sigarms trailside 22 pistol later this week, was just looking for some feedback from anybody who has or had one.


JUST PICKED IT UP.

4" adjustable sighta, 3 mags, one owner, original reciept, and all the stuff in box, very pleased.


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If you don't mind, what did you pay for it? I'd love to find another. Last time I checked they were almost double what they cost new.



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If you don't mind, what did you pay for it? I'd love to find another. Last time I checked they were almost double what they cost new.


Go on Gunbroker, 4.5" range from $300/$500,
I have the original reciept from new in 2003, it was just under $500.


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If you don't mind, what did you pay for it? I'd love to find another. Last time I checked they were almost double what they cost new.


Go on Gunbroker, 4.5" range from $300/$500,
I have the original reciept from new in 2003, it was just under $500.


I'll have to check. Mine was a little north of $400 many years ago, 2003ish?

I had looked at only 6" in pristine shape. Not sure if 4 and 6 are different price ranges. Would love a twin.



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Last year no box 6" adjustable sights blue grips 2 mags 399 at greentop.
 
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As far as I remember, use the slide release as little as possible as it is a wear point on the slide, very small and non fixable. Eventually would not lock back on empty. Use the slingshot method instead.



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As a matter of principle, I use the slingshot method for all of my pistols.




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