|Do---or do not. |
There is no try.
Just popped up on my e-mail. I think you can download a PDF as well.
|The Great Equalizer|
I have not found it as a PDF . . . yet
But it is out on the cloud at
2020 SIG Catalog
NRA Benefactor . . . Certified Instructor . . . Certified RSO
I’m not seeing a p320 subcompact in there. Has that been discontinued?
And the P225A1 is missing.
Well, I shouldn’t be surpirised but I am glad I have mine.
Laughing in the face of danger is all well and good until danger laughs back.
|10mm is The|
Boom of Doom
Are they no longer doing the stainless P22x guns?
The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People again must learn to work, instead of living on public assistance. ~ Cicero 55 BC
The Dhimocrats love America like ticks love a hound.
|Gracie Allen is my |
No 210 Carry, either. And FFS, could we please have some air pistols that generate decent velocities? A .177 at 430 fps is pretty much pumpkin chunking.
You're probably right, but they dedicated so much of the catalog to other things (optics, ammo, airguns, rifles) that it's hard to say whether they're down on metal-framed pistols or just heavily focused on selling an expanded range of (non-handgun) products. They're certainly pimping the hell out of the whole "Legion" schtick.
Less bling, a good thing (although I don't mind 2 tone or wood grips). All metal, hammer fired, rail-less, tail-less - gone too (a few exceptions). Sigh.
The website catalog does not reflect the changes . . . yet.
On the bright side - perhaps the old P series pistols just got more valuable. More valuable to me anyway!
|Jack of All Trades, |
Master of Nothing
10mm 220 Legion SAO, this may be my next handgun...This message has been edited. Last edited by: 2000Z-71,
My daughter can deflate your daughter's soccer ball.
And the 210 Standard is gone. Although I'd love to see a Carry, I'd be quite surprised if it and the Super Target ever see the light of day.
May have to keep an eye out for a Standard.
P210 Legend; P220 - 9mm (KH); P226 Legion SAO - 9mm/.30 Luger FrankenSig; P226 X-Short Supermatch - 9mm/.40 S&W; SP2022 - 9mm
So the only 220's being made now are Legion's ($$$)...I wonder if that's the future for the rest of the remaining "classic" line, too.
|Still finding my way|
You can still get real Sigs from Germany. What remains on line here in the US will last for a while. If the American made metal pistols are gone, I'm pretty much done buying anything with their fake brand on it. Besides, I dont have big muscles and a 2 foot billy goats chin growth with a super tactical hot babe following me up a mountain so that kinda disqualifies me. I imagine jljones and Bruce Gray got a woody for all the tupper ware guns. Thats some real R&D Bruce. No thank you.
SIG Sauer USA had to know about LSI. The P210A Standard looks like a P210 Legend while the P210A Target looks different enough to keep it catalogued.
|A day late, and |
a dollar short
Pfft...once they created the P365 all other pistols became obsolete.
NRA Life Member, GOA, MGO Annual Member, Annual member MRPA
I'll believe it when I see a P365 SuperTarget...
NRA Life Member - "Fear God and Dreadnaught"
Sig still offers a 357 Sig Pistol.
No metal frames 357's; only the P320, but at least there's that.
“The people never give up their liberties but under some delusion.”
Edmund Burke, Speech at Country Meeting of Buckinghamshire, 1784
The FDE 2022 seems to be gone from the catalog.
A 200+ page catalog.
I remember when the entire line was a half dozen pistols, and I have to say as a fan of the pistols which earned SIG-Sauer its reputation, I miss those days so very much.
"I sit astride life like a bad rider on a horse. I only owe it to the horse's good nature that I am not thrown off at this very moment." - Ludwig Wittgenstein
Looks like they are shrinking Civilian offerings while they concentrate on military contracts. A couple of days ago I saw an M-18 pistol at the LGS and thought the trigger was nice and the thumb safety was perfect. That’s a result of being trained on the 1911.
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