I looked but I could not find a post on the P210.Has anyone tried one of these out yet, I was thinking about buying one but I would like to know what you all thought about it. I found a article in this months Shooting Times magazine and they gave it some pretty good reviews.
The SigForum search function has its quirks, but it finds a lot of “P210” posts.
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I've had Zero issues with mine. No failures. Great trigger. Shoots bugholes if I hold it steady. I've been down on SIG's in general but decided to try one and I'm glad I did. It's a fine pistol IMHO........dj
Remember, this is all supposed to be for fun...................
About 500rds through mine with zero issues. Construction and finish are equal or superior to my limited production (I refuse to say "custom", 'cause they're not) 1911s (Wilson, EB, LB, SACS).
Can't seem to duplicate the group sizes presented in the above posts. Yet.
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SouthernPride, Several of us on the forum have experience with the 210As. I think it's fair to say that reports by owners have been overwhelmingly positive. I have Swiss and German versions, and prior to the 210's release was a consistent naysayer about a potential American made 210. I'd never handled one, but bought one, with fingers crossed, based on initial positive reports by early adopters. I have no complaints about the performance of my 210A, and am glad I took a chance and made the purchase. I do look forward to service sized grips being available for it one of these days though.
COTEP #640, NRA Life
I haven't handled one of the new US-made ones, but from pictures, the grips look the same as the ones on the German P210 Super Target. Anyone know if they are or not?
I love my Super Target but wanted some more normal-sized grips as well. I found and ordered these grips from Nill. I have received but haven't installed them yet. They're beautiful.
Yeah, they look the same externally, but they are not interchangeable. The inner surfaces are cut differently to fit the grip frames that are cut differently.
Ah, that's a shame. Thanks, 12131.
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