Meet the P210 Skeleton "Silber".
I really like the black one, but man, the silver one is just absolutely beautiful. I wrote about the black one last December that has one negative, and that is the slightly gritty 1st stage of the trigger pull. I does annoy me a little but did not affect the shooting, however.
So, what about this silver one? None of that grittiness. Just smooth as silk and breaks like glass rod at 3 lbs (avg of 5 pulls). Also, the gun is so clean that you'd think it hasn't been fired at all. All the other Mastershop guns I've had always showed plenty of evidence of having been shot at the factory, because the residues are obvious. But not so with this gun. It looks like it just rolled off the assembly line.
Sorry, I messed up. This is the silver's target.
The brothers together.
Note the slight difference in the back humps of the grips. The black one is more pronounced. The brown one is more slender making it feel a little better when gripping. Shooting wise, however, it makes no differences.
Ran 150 rds through it today, all GECO 124 FMJ. After the initial "getting to know you" and a couple of sight adjustments, I was able to dial it down a little. The best 25-yd 5-shot group measures 1 & 1/8 inches. There were zero malfunctions. I was a fantastic day.
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Nice Pair!! I prefer the 'Silber' one!
Just noticing the 'External Internal' Extractor. And I'm torn....Not sure if I should love it, or hate it!
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That is a very good looking gun.
Beautiful pistol! How do you like the "feel" of shooting it compared to the P226 X5 series pistols?
Truly, the best looking pistol.
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Gorgeous pistols. I prefer the contrast of the silver/grips but I’m sure they’re both terrific shooters.
Details, details. How beautifully they've been executed. It is a complex pistol loaded with machining. And they leave no stone unturned. Is this the natural stainless finish?
I'm always envious of your stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely beautiful pistol as is the black skeleton.
Nice shooting also, Q.
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Two beautiful guns. Thanks for sharing!
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Of the two I think I like the silver one better. Love how it shows off the soot; an honest shooter that doesn't hide it. Still not sure about all the lightening cuts and such; not really my kind of thing.
Beautiful “skeletons” !
Thanks for making all my other pistols feel inadequate !!
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Q, I have to ask? Are you on a first name basis with Sig? You have all of the Sig pistols ever made, in multiples as well. I love your posts. Pickle Rick.
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Sure are sweet-looking pistols, Q
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Am I missing something? The serial number on the test target is not the same as on your gun. Maybe that is why there are no firing marks.
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