Given the name of this terrific place to hang out I thought this topic would be interesting. What was your first SIG, when did you purchase it, and do you still own it?
My infatuation with SIGs began while I was in high school. I purchased a P226 a few years later in 1993 and I do still own it.
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First one that I purchased, I had shot several previously, was a first Gen SIG P220ST. Still have it and had it out earlier this year.
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Still own it.
Bought in the later 90's
A P220-9mm, PW Arms import.
Took a little while to find Sigforum but I've been here since.
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SIG P2022 in 357SIG. Sold it because I couldn't afford to feed it. Plus 45Call and I worked up a 135gr 40S&W load that matched all the important numbers.
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A used P239 in 9mm found on this forum.
Still in EDC rotation today.
January 1986, P220 .45ACP when I retired from U.S.
Secret Service. For most of my USSS 28 year career
I had carried my issued S&W Model 19 2.5 inch .357
magnum. Washington DC agents had just began going
to Sigs, and I wanted to own a Sig just for grins!
USSS policy didn't allow us to purchase our issued
weapons upon retirement. I've accumulated a number
of Sigs ever since!
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My first Sig was a P239 9mm. I bought it as soon as they were available in 1996 and I still have it.
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A 1994 'KE' W.German P226
I purchased it not long after Congress passed the 1994 'Crime Bill'....I still have it, and I will NEVER part with it!
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Early 90's. A P-220/.45. Sold this particular P-220 a couple of years ago, to fund my P-220 Legion.
It was love at first shot. The rest, well the rest is history.
The P-220 platform has served me well over the years. I do shoot my American P-220/.38 Super better than the .45.
Niech Zyje P-220
First experience was my dad's .40 P239, bought new in '96
Then my wife's boss' P220ST
Joined here for info on the P250, which I ended up not buying.
Bought my P320C a few years ago. Started as a 9mm & swapped with a member here for a 357Sig upper/mags.
Planning on getting the wife a 365 when we can find one to try out.This message has been edited. Last edited by: P250UA5,
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January 2000, SP2340 in 40 S&W.
Bought a complete slide with 357 SIG barrel on EBay and later a Barsto 9mm conversion barrel.
2nd was a first Gen P220ST
Sig 220. West German. Yup, still have it.
Sixteen years ago, Christmas, 2005, my wife gifted me my very first Sig:
Along with a Milt Sparks VM2 in which to carry it:
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P228 KF two tone 21 years ago
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I joined this forum to help me decide on my first Sig. I was on here for about six or seven months before I decided to buy a P229 in .40S&W.
I had owned it for a few years and then sold it to upgraydd to a railed model. You know, two d’s for a double dose of pimping. I’m sad to say, that I regret selling that pistol.
First was a new P226 bought in 85 or 86. Much later, I replaced it with a P226 SCT.
Oldest I still own is a P220 in .45, also bought in the 80’s.
W. German P220 .45 in 1994. Paid $650 even back then. It was my second duty weapon.
I no longer own it. I sold it to a co-worker and later tried to buy it back. He lost it and I never got it back.
Yeah, that happened...
P228 from a member here in the forum. Think it was 2002. Still have it, still fits my hand like a glove.
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Sig P226R/9mm alloy framed, with the large beaver tail.
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A 229 .40 on my 21st birthday in 2001.
Drove from college in VA back to PA just to buy the gun. Parents thought I was coming home to be with them on my birthday. LOL
Yes, still have the gun.
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