2005 Just got my concealed carry permit.
P229 two tone with nickel controls. Chambered in 357 sig. Have since added a 40 cal and Bar-Sto 9 mm conversion barrels. Will never sell it (although I tried once here). Never did carry it!
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Gosh, I think it was a superbly accurate
P226 when they were first introduced in the US early 90's ? I remember trading it, then buying it back later from the gunshop.
It was the K Cote model, and I shot it a lot. I installed the short reach trigger, the finish never showed any wear on the outside. This was during the time I was just about reloading every day.
Then a man at another gunshop really wanted it and offered me a price way above what it was worth. Foolish me sold it, never seeing it again.
Then 2 European 9mm P220's, both accurate, followed by a P230. My last Sig was a SP2022 40/357 Sig, which a forum member purchased. Should have kept that one.
Currently, I am Sig less.
A P226 in 1985 while in the U.S. Navy. I still have it.
Oct 1994 Sig P229 40cal.
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In celebration of getting my CPL I bought a 2340 in .40 cal, 2002
Haven't shot it in probably fifteen years but still have it.
————————--Ignorance is a powerful tool if applied at the right time, even, usually, surpassing knowledge(E.J.Potter, A.K.A. The Michigan Madman)
Purchased in 2003 or '04
My door is always open to Sigforum members, and I'm always willing to help if I can.
first Sig - 226 combat, 2011
found this forum while researching for that purchase, joined shortly after
since then I have picked up a few;
365XL (times 2, my wife wanted one)
took the 320 and the 226 to the range the other weekend, the 320 is new, the 226 is not, - I haven't shot the 226 in awhile, butter....
i could not have have made a better decision
need more range time with the 320
All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.
For after all, he was only human. He wasn't a dog.”
― Charles M. Schulz
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my old friend
Sig P229 in 40 around 1995. The P226, P225, P220, P239 and finally the 2022. Love them all.
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Endowment Life Member, NRA • Member, Gun Owners of America & Member, Arizona Citizens Defense League
|Fighting the good fight|
A P220R back in 2006.
Sold it in 2018ish, when I sold off the last of my DA/SA guns.
|One day at a time|
SO many Sigs.. I think it was a P6 the ones that came in the Blue Box and were around $300. When you could still buy Magazines for them... I picked it up August 2008 because that is when I joined SIGforum on the 10th
My first SIG was a new JJ Herndon P226 I bought in 1989 as my first duty gun. Foolishly sold it off 3-4 years later when my agency went to .40 and I went to GLOCK 22.
I lamented the decision to let that 226 go for a very long time. I repented to the Sig God by recently picking up another JJ Herndon P226 in like new condition and within a few thousand units in serial number. Life is good now.
Chaos, panic and disorder. My work here is done........
Not everyone gets the same version of me. One person might tell you I'm an amazing beautiful soul. Another person will say I'm a cold-hearted asshole. Believe them both. I act accordingly......
Being an Air Force guy, I was a Beretta guy through and through. Until my buddy let me shoot his P229 that is. That was my first Sig I purchased, back in the late 90s and I've never looked back.
July 1987, Sig 226, it was a gift from my then girlfriend. She did have good taste in guns.
I still have it.
P230 my dad bought new in 84; I still have it with original box and target! He gave it to me when I turned 18! My first purchase was a P228 in 1992, which I still have .
My first firearm is a P226 Enhanced Elite (2013). Other Sigs that I have are: 556XI-R, 556R, and P226 X-Five Allround.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Liberty City,
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226 way back when, the seals had them and that was going to be as close as I will ever get to being one.
In the mid-1980's the police department I worked for revised the policy that allowed officers to carry single action only 9mm pistols. Although we could still carry other personally owned/department approved duty weapons, our handguns now were limited to DA/SA systems. I replaced my Belgium produced Browning Hi-Power with a W. German Sig-Sauer P226, the first of it's kind carried by an officer with my agency. It was also my first Sig and served me well for more than a decade. I still own it.
"I'm not fluent in the language of violence, but I know enough to get around in places where it's spoken."
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all around good guy!
P226 with factory threaded barrel in 2005, still NIB.
Several others have followed, many shooters but others still just safe queens.
2 220's, both Interarms. A 45 and 38 Super in the very early "80's
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