Even with the lightening cuts it is still beautifully made. It seems to have a small radius machined into the flat of its trigger face. I'm guessing its for finger traction. Q, if you just had a padded pistol rest for resting that long frame atop, your flyers would not happen. Oh and if you're going to shoot 25 yards sir, you need 25 yard targets..
Very cool. I get the opinion that sig makes some goofy guns and it used to really bother me, the rainbow, tribal, etc. But I realized that they are a company that makes and sells firearms, like any business, their goal is to sell as many as possible so naturally they are going to try to appeal to as many people as they can. It's smart business. "Purists" may not like it, but I bet you're not still using a rotary dial phone or driving a car with no ac or power steering.
Do they make any p210's with ambi safeties? As a lefty this gun is off my radar but I would love to have one.
p229Extreme/P226Tac-Ops/P226 Extreme/P226 SAO) P226 X-5 Blue Moon/P226 X-5 Black and White
Btw, my new prescription shooting glasses greatly helped. Overall a great range day.
Beautiful gun, held a new P210 at the LGS last night, excellent trigger, nothing like this model though....
If you don't mind, where did you get your prescription shooting glasses, I have slight astigmatism that has recurred after lasix correction for it several years ago and I have progressive lens which make acquiring the sights, then transitioning to the target difficult as you have to adjust your head on every shot.
Now I either have to tilt my head back or look over the glasses to see the sights..
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