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I’m not seeing a p320 subcompact in there. Has that been discontinued?


Yes..its been 12-18 months I think.. they didnt want it competing with the 365 IMHO.
 
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Well, GooOOoOOooOOOllleeeEEEee!

Sig still offers a 357 Sig Pistol.

No metal frames 357's; only the P320, but at least there's that.


And only the SP2022 and 320 Compact in .40 (again?). Lots of optics though, was overwhelmed by the models available.
 
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First 25 pages, all polymer. 26 - 39, metal. Writing is on the wall.

First thing that went through my mind when perusing it.


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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.


The pictures in those catalogs were beautiful too! No BS needed back then.
 
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I too miss the old days, when the P-220 occupied all of one page. The options included N/S, nickel finish. Wood grips could be found further back in the catalog.

While a fan of the 365 my Son bought, I do miss the old days of just the Classics.

Edited: It appears the P220 once again only occupies one page. Frown


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Glad I got my P210A Standard when I did. Maybe I’m just getting old, but there’s just not much in there that interests me.
 
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I’m not seeing a p320 subcompact in there. Has that been discontinued?

I believe so. The XCompact is a subcompact slide on an X type compact frame.
 
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I really like Sig pistols, but I sometimes get a little annoyed with their flavor of the month approach. It's Sig today, gone tomorrow.
 
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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.


Hey! Just because your don't like the rainbow diamond plate SAS carry models doesn't mean the rest of... No, you're right. Remember when the Equinox guns were the "exotic" finish?
 
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I like the Classic P Series pistols. My P229 is a great gun. Still, I like the newer guns better overall. My P229 would go before my P320 or P365. I no longer desire to mess with the weight of an all metal gun for carry, nor deal with a trigger that requires a heavy pull for the first shot.

I will keep my P229 as a range gun for fun, but I think striker fired polymer is a better system for a carry gun. With that said, I think SIG is doing well with their offerings.


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Nothing particularly new or exciting here. They kind of reorganized their optics-ready lineup a bit, but I don't see anything really groundbreaking here. I was really hoping for a 10mm P320, and it looks like that's not gonna happen.
 
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Reminds me of the free clothing catalogs I get in the mail, Eddie Bauer, Lands End, etc.



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Nice to see they're finally offering the P365XL with a manual safety. Wonder when those are finally gonna hit distributors and dealers?


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Looks like if I do not have a beard, or at least tats, I should not be shooting a Sig. Well, it would save on shaving costs.


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The big guy on page 10 has a absolute death grip on his poly 320. The mag may squirt out like tooth paste. He still has recoil rise from his mighty 9mm. I dont hate the p320, take note of my lower case p, but if the traditional Sig pistols aren't made any more it rather saddens me. But then the company seems determined to only make those as the company likes them, not so much the Customers.
 
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You can still get real Sigs from Germany.


Do you mean from importers like Armory Craft, MMB, and now Legacy Sports? Do you think we'll see standard, classic P-series models imported from Germany, or just the high-end models that sell for $2k?
 
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I have no beard or tats so I must not be the target demographic. Roll Eyes
And I was surprised to see the 2022 has not been dumped.
And the gun that started it all? The 220? Almost gone.


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Originally posted by RichardC:
Well, GooOOoOOooOOOllleeeEEEee!

Sig still offers a 357 Sig Pistol.

No metal frames 357's; only the P320, but at least there's that.


A dealer showed me a FDE 357 Sig P320 when they first came out.

Curious, is the frame Ceracoated or color in the polymer?


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Originally posted by 12131:
First 25 pages, all polymer. 26 - 39, metal. Writing is on the wall.
 
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only make those as the company likes them, not so much the Customers.

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They like the ones that make the biggest bottom line.



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