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LE trade in Sig P220 at Keiths for $500

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by powermad, Feb 23, 2015.

  1. powermad

    powermad Portland Active Member

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    I saw this and thought it was a good deal.
    http://www.keithssporting.com/sig-sauer-p220s-sale-now/

    Most likely not the one pictured but older ones. Still a good price on a P220
    If I didn't already have one I would go get one.
    A LE trade in from another store that looked like it was hardly shot, just a little bit of holster wear.
    I did get a P225 from Keith's a few years ago that was a LE trade in, that also looked like it was hardly shot.
    May just just go over and see what else he has, kinda looking for a 228 or 226.
     
  2. Hill

    Hill pnw Member

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    Not bad. I paid $600. for my P220 several years back - also a police surplus and in excellent condition.

    Although I've got 20 1911's in various styles it's the P220 and a Springfield Tactical XD that are my go-to pistols in the house. I like having the decocker of the Sig. It makes it safe but ready to fire - no question, no fiddling, no worries. Not an easy to concealed carry piece though.
     
  3. 156256Hunter

    156256Hunter Fairview-ish Active Member

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    The newer 220s with stainless steel slides are definitley a little more difficult to conceal. I've noticed that the older carbon steel slide 220s get closer to a 1911 commander (though still not quite as narrow) and are easier to conceal than a stainless slide 220, especially if you use factory slim grips and flat floorplate mags.