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I could watch this video 20 times and still be interested. Best Sig history video I've seen to date.
 
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cas, thanks for posting that. As many Forgotten Weapons videos as I've watched, and for some reason never saw the one on one of my favorite guns.


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Very interesting to see the evolution into what we all know as the W.German/German P220. Thanks for posting CAS.


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Excellent, very informative. Thank you.
 
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That was excellent! I love that late 60's prototype. Never saw that before.
 
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Big fan of the P220. Very educational to learn the development and predecessor history of the P75. Thanks much!!
 
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I really enjoyed watching that. Love the cut away model.

Thank you for sharing.


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Ian has done a great job with this presentation.
He should be commended.

My favorite Sig p series too!


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His are my favorite gun videos. Didn't know much about the early P220, but now I think I know a fair bit more. Good stuff.
 
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I quite enjoyed seeing the evolution of the P220 (and its other P-classic derivatives)! Thanks for sharing.
 
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