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I hope shooting tests are at great enough range to show a difference, if any. "One ragged hole at 7 yards" as I saw for a new gun earlier today just does not tell me much. I am not a 50 yard X ring shooter, but I expect a high end gun to at least give me a chance at it.

Quibble: "...the American style mag release..."
OK, somebody tell me what American pistol had a side button magazine catch before the 1900 GERMAN Luger.
 
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Thanks Q for taking the time to share. That super target looks awesome.
 
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Another one of the rare times I can say, "most original title ever!" Just stunning handguns. Thanks for making my day.


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Great pics

Every time I open one of your threads, I have to wipe the drool of the screen.
 
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Thanks for the comparison/show.
The LDC on the Silver looks great.




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Thank you for the excellent write up and outstanding photo's. Although I've not handled the P210, I always admire it from a distance. Your Sig collection must be one of a kind. Smile

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I'm glad you like the P210A Q Smile. I liked it so much that I bought a second one Cool. Just shot another 200 flawless rounds today.
 
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Beautiful handguns!
 
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Thanks for sharing your thoughts and pictures.

Absolutely beautiful P210 collection.

Looking forward to reading part 2.



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Thanks Q. Always appreciate your knowledgeable comments on SIGs. Those three, Wow!


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Gotta love the gun porn!


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It’s nice to enjoy weapons I can never afford. I’m looking forward to the range report as well. Thanks for posting.


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I am very interested in the American P210. The only reason I have not bought one is the lack of an ambidextrous safety. Has any one heard if or when Sig plans to release a target P210 with an ambidextrous safety?
Thanks for any replies.
 
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Thank carry model is gonna be awesome


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I am very interested in the American P210. The only reason I have not bought one is the lack of an ambidextrous safety. Has any one heard if or when Sig plans to release a target P210 with an ambidextrous safety?
Thanks for any replies.

I think that you're going to have a long wait. In the meantime, get an X5!




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Originally posted by Ironworker:
I am very interested in the American P210. The only reason I have not bought one is the lack of an ambidextrous safety. Has any one heard if or when Sig plans to release a target P210 with an ambidextrous safety?
Thanks for any replies.

I think that you're going to have a long wait. In the meantime, get an X5!


I already have an X5 All Around and a P220 Stainless Match Elite. I have always wanted a P210. I guest I will either have to wait or see if anyone makes an aftermarket ambidextrous safety.
 
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Love the full length dust cover on the German one.
 
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If a SAN 210 is the grandfather, what's a 47/8 Sport? The great great great grand father? Big Grin
 
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I also swore that I was going to wait until at least January to buy one, but this is tempting me!


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I kinda' like the 'Silber' one! Wink


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