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Was lucky to find one of these rare bird last week to join my other Swiss old SIG ladies.

According to some reference books, only about 200 of these 210-6S (and 200 of 210-5-LS) Heavy Frames with lateral magazine release were made from 2003 until 2005 , when the production of P210s in Neuhausen, Switzerland was concluded.





















 
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Nice!

Looks like a keeper by anyones definition.



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Nice!

Looks like a keeper by anyones definition.


It sure is not leaving anytime soon.
"Never say never".......but this one would be as close to 'NEVER" as it gets Wink

That being said, just 2 weeks ago I thought I would never sell this 50th anniversary that I shared here.

Yesterday I got offered a mint P210-5 "Heavy Frame" (so this 50th Anniversary is now on the chopping block & in the Classifieds)

http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...0601935/m/7840093344



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Wicked cool
 
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So...are ya going to shoot the snot out of it, or what? Wink
 
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Thought for a moment you had stolen MINE!!! ROTFL


 
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Erm... Can we see that target ???? :-)

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First I've heard of them - beauty, congrats!


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So...are ya going to shoot the snot out of it, or what? Wink


I already did. Took it to the range three times since I had it for about a week.

I have several p210 pistols but the trigger on this one is super light. I have to get used to it actually
 
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Thanks for the pics. Great gun.
 
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Nice P210's and beautiful photos of them Bullbarrel!


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Beautiful!!

Great Photos!!

Thanks for sharing



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One P210-6S just sold today for a just over $9k! Eek
Incredible. I did not think it would go that high, but it did. I appeared a bidding war went on, there.

The P210-5LS for $9k, I could understand, but not the P210-6S.
 
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It's beautiful and looks to be unfired...…
 
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BullBarrel,
Please can you post a ponto of the factory target - só as to see the grouping of your pistol?

Thanks
 
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Man the Heavy Frames are so special. That thing begs to be shot. If I owned such a fine pistol, I would tailor special loads just for target.
 
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One P210-6S just sold today for a just over $9k! Eek
Incredible. I did not think it would go that high, but it did. I appeared a bidding war went on, there.

The P210-5LS for $9k, I could understand, but not the P210-6S.


I agree...I did not expect $9 either.....OTOH I am not totally shocked:
- the cheapest 210-5LS that I have seen going back to late last year is $17K
- together with 210-5LS: only 200 of each made
- you do not see 6S being offered that frequently so when it is, guys with thick wallets will swing their bats.
 
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Please can you post a ponto of the factory target - só as to see the grouping of your pistol?

Thanks


To me the grouping of P210 test target is almost irrelevant. Shooting is done in a ransom rest. I will 'never' in my life shot as accurately anyway (or even remotely close to it) so if we are talking about a test target that is supposed to be present with a 'collector grade' pistol - as long as it is there, that's all I care about.
 
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It's beautiful and looks to be unfired...…


When I bought it it showed some gentle handling marks. Not sure if it was fired or not. At this point it does not matter - I took it to the range 3 times just within the last week.
 
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It's beautiful and looks to be unfired...…


When I bought it it showed some gentle handling marks. Not sure if it was fired or not. At this point it does not matter - I took it to the range 3 times just within the last week.



That's awesome. A pistol like that is just begging to be shot, not sitting in a safe collecting dust!
 
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