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    Sig P-210

    A few years ago now I bought a used Sig P210 that came with a .22lr conversion kit,carry case and all the paper work.I used this gun competitively for a few years and did very well with it.

    Then foolishly I sold it convinced I could shoot just as well with a 1911.This was based upon competing a little bit with my mates STI in 9mm.A gun I didn't really like but shot well with anyhow.

    So I sold the Sig and bought a series 70 which is a turd.I can't be arsed swapping barrels or hand lapping the lugs,trigger job,target sights etc so I am trying to sell it.Shame no one wants to buy it.

    I lucked out and bought a Sig P210-6 with a longer barrel,its unfired apart from the test target and been in a safe deposit box for 30 years.

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    "Sixty percent of the time,it works every time"

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    A nice piece of Swiss precision there norsk! There are a few over here but they are very expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundoc View Post
    A nice piece of Swiss precision there norsk! There are a few over here but they are very expensive.
    Thank you.How expensive are they in New Zealand? They are not particularly popular here,most competitors use Sig S6-Xs or pardini's.Back in the day they were the pistol to have,especially in .30 Luger.However the Brass cost is huge and during competitions in the forest the Brass is pretty much impossible to find.

    Changing to 9X19 is simply a matter of swapping the Barrel,the mags are the same between calibers.

    They are a great choice if you can shoot with one,sometimes selling for less than half that of a Sig S6-X.
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