Happy to get on here, been looking to purchase my first sig to add to my humble collection. Soaking up as much info ahead of time for the hopefully big day, if sigs ever come back in stock in the people’s republic of NJ.
Pleasure to meet everyone
|My other Sig|
is a Steyr.
Be it either a classic P226 or a new P365, your Sig will serve you well.
Welcome to the forum!
|SIGforum's Indian |
Off the Reservation
Welcome aboard Marty!
He is a good friend of mine. I hope you enjoy what this forum has to offer. A great group of people around here.
You can run, but you cannot hide.
If you won't stand behind our troops, feel free to stand in front of them.
Welcome aboard from a Taylor ham loving expat.
Thanks gents, looking forward to my first sig, now if I could find a P229 legion in stock I would be a happy camper.
Greetings from the Granite State. Welcome Aboard!
Former New Jermany resident here (Morris-Sussex area). Proud to say, I escaped 20+ years ago!
Live Free or Die!
If Some is Good, and More is Better.....then Too Much, is Just Enough !!
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Live Free or Die!
Greetings from a fellow NJ resident (inmate). Down with Comrade Murphy!
Glad you could join us.
|Live for today. |
Welcome aboard, neighbor!
From what part of the state do you hail?
We can keep an eye out for a Legion for ya... they do pop up now and then.
Matter of fact, I know where you could lay your hands on an unfired 226 Legion SAO 9mm w/ 2 slides (1 standard and the other w/romeo & suppressor height sights) and all the accessories.This message has been edited. Last edited by: motor59,
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Greetings from Texas. I once considered living in Bayonne and working at the Federal Records Center. Now I pretty much despise the Northeast and anticipate the New and Improved War of Northeastern Expulsion. But SF members in that region have my sympathy.
"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye". The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, pilot and author, lost on mission, July 1944, Med Theatre.
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