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SIG itself doesn't even show a 10mm 220 mag! What did I buy? A BREN ten?


tip: the 45 apc mag seems to work 'just fine' so far; YMMV and usual warnings/disclaimers; had mine for going on 2 years, it took a while but cobbled together a little clutch of mags both 10mm/45 that all work fine.

Stay alert, you'll find 'em here & there.


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Now to find a few spare mags! A quick search at Brownells, Top Gun, Midway; NONE. Hell. SIG itself doesn't even show a 10mm 220 mag!

8 in stock at Ammunition Depot.
 
 
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Gentleman...Appreciate the info!
 
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SIG itself doesn't even show a 10mm 220 mag! What did I buy? A BREN ten?


tip: the 45 apc mag seems to work 'just fine' so far; YMMV and usual warnings/disclaimers; had mine for going on 2 years, it took a while but cobbled together a little clutch of mags both 10mm/45 that all work fine.

Stay alert, you'll find 'em here & there.


I have been using ACT brand .45 mags for over a year with ZERO issues.

http://gregcotellc.com/cart/si...-p220b458-p-543.html


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I ordered a pair of SIG Factory 10mm mags....I will keep my eyes open for cheap/reasonably priced 220/.45 mags at the gun show this weekend.

Good to know the .45's WORK. Similar to using .357/.40 mags in my 229's when I install my 9mm Bar-Sto barrel...they work 100%. Never rounded up any 9mm 229 mags.

Thank You Gentleman.
 
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I ordered a pair of SIG Factory 10mm mags....I will keep my eyes open for cheap/reasonably priced 220/.45 mags at the gun show this weekend.

Good to know the .45's WORK. Similar to using .357/.40 mags in my 229's when I install my 9mm Bar-Sto barrel...they work 100%. Never rounded up any 9mm 229 mags.

Thank You Gentleman.

The .45 mags work until you want to load a full power Underwood round. It is a a tad too long to fit the .45 mag.
 
 
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The 10 round .45 mags do not work as well as the 8 round 45 mags.Tom


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Picked the 220 up this morning. The Lipsey, Emperor Scorpion, FDE model. Most likely no Range report until the weekend or next Monday.

My initial impressions; It's SOLID, it's heavy and I like the FDE/Black color combo.

Plus...SIG has a 2 free magazines and a Range bag deal going on. The two free mags are icing on the SIG cake.

FN in MT

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Did a quick Range trip today to my local Quarry.

My first impression with my new 220 ten mm....Good Lord but does it THROW brass! Like 30-35 feet!

It's surely accurate. My 165 and 180 gr, Blue Dot, MT Gold , jacketed reloads shot very well.

Only had the time for 50 or 60 rds but zero FTE/FTF.

I do need to do a minor windage adjustment as my POI is a bit to the left. Elevation with 180's right ON the money.
 
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Good Lord but does it THROW brass! Like 30-35 feet!

Mine throws high power Underwood 50 feet. I actually paced it off, when I couldn't find them. Yes, it is very accurate with all power loads.
 
 
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I have one of the Nitron models. When I bought it I went ahead and got 3-4 extra mags; glad I did

But now I see the Legion is out...
I had a 9mm Legion I bought used, it seemed to not be as durable a finish as some other guns I have...(chips in the finish in the mag well area in particular) Not sure If my limited experience with the legion finish is shared by others...
I haven't compared what the types of finishes are (the Nitron Black vs Legion gray)...
Is the Legion stainless as well?
 
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Good Lord but does it THROW brass! Like 30-35 feet!

Mine throws high power Underwood 50 feet. I actually paced it off, when I couldn't find them. Yes, it is very accurate with all power loads.
 


^^^^ Mine throws all brass about 30 paces and hotter rounds farther.
 
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Mine throws the brass all the way to the wall, about two feet. Cool
 
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