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A day late, and
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What a beautiful piece of craftsmanship!


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You already know what I think of it, but I have to add that the word "elegant" was coined to describe this pistol.


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5-inch version with the full length dust cover. Took off the black target grips and put on the grips from grips4u.








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Cautious, careful, concerned, but cool and calm.......not irrational fear and unwarranted panic

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SO...MUCH...WANT. The five inch with the standard grips looks perfect! Absolutely gorgeous pistol!
 
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Nice Q!

The 5-inch model does look perfect, except for the life of me I can't figure out why the Mastershop and SIG Exeter decided to eliminate the sight plain serrations on top of the slide on all of the new P210's (the Legends and beyond).
 
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Where's that darn LIKE buttonSmile


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With that DLC finish treatment, that Sig will keep going and going and going...


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Is this the next gun up for grabs if we solve a riddle?

If you guys cannot solve the current riddle, how are you going to solve the next one to win this gun? Razz


If you didnt make it so difficult maybe some of us non Sheldon types could figure it out. Razz
 
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Originally posted by Dakor:
Nice Q!

The 5-inch model does look perfect, except for the life of me I can't figure out why the Mastershop and SIG Exeter decided to eliminate the sight plain serrations on top of the slide on all of the new P210's (the Legends and beyond).
First thing I noticed too. Are those black grips wood or poly? Also, 12131, Hogue has some pretty sweet wood grip offerings for the P210. Maybe just for the American model? Beautiful pistols sir and the DLC coating is very hansome.
 
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Originally posted by Dakor:
Nice Q!

The 5-inch model does look perfect, except for the life of me I can't figure out why the Mastershop and SIG Exeter decided to eliminate the sight plain serrations on top of the slide on all of the new P210's (the Legends and beyond).
First thing I noticed too. Are those black grips wood or poly? Also, 12131, Hogue has some pretty sweet wood grip offerings for the P210. Maybe just for the American model? Beautiful pistols sir and the DLC coating is very hansome.

Factory grips are black wood.
Yes, Hogue only makes the grips for the American P210. They do not fit the German, due to slight differences in the grip frame cuts.


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Cautious, careful, concerned, but cool and calm.......not irrational fear and unwarranted panic

* P228 factoids * // The original PROTO-1 Auction


 
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Really nice!!
 
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Stunning hardware. Truly.




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I just bought one of the 6" Midnight models. I have some questions.
Do the Mastershop Prestige models have any MIM parts.
These are quite pricey are they hand fitted?
What Nill grips will fit these models. They don't have to be the target grips but prefer Nill.


Thanks in advance for your response.
 
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Wow! Thank you for sharing.

2nd Wow
 
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I’ll be in my bunk...
 
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Damn fine pistols Q
 
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I got the P210 Midnight yesterday. The trigger will take some getting used to. My Manurhin MR73 and Korth revolvers have better triggers. The pistol is very nice but should be for the price. I think the Nill SS2258 will fit. Will shoot it in the next few days.

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It seems Sig in Germany has first rate customer service. They answered my questions about they make the Mastershop pistols.

We use hammerforged blanks for the grips and cold drawn steel profiles for the slide, both made of stainless steel. Our barrels are made of case hardening steel and the internal profile is hammerforged. All parts are CNC machined, assembly and adjustment is done by hand.

Polishing of the P210 Midnight is done manually and afterwards it receives a DLC coating which finally makes the difference between Midnight and other versions.

With kind regards
Tobias Werner

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Wow! That is one of my grail guns. I just hope to get one P210... I just want one. What a beautiful pistol.
 
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And now with new Nill grips.
 
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