Sig P220 Carry Elite SAO package *TRADED*

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  1. equivet

    equivet
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    Up for sale is a P220 Carry Elite SAO, included in the package is a Barsto barrel, Nil grips, and a Sparks VM-II as well as the original barrel and grips. A terrific pistol, beautiful, accurate, and easy to carry. Comes with original box, paperwork and sig lock.
    $950

    Just the pistol with original barrel and sig rosewood grips: $750

    If someone wants the pistol with some of the extras, but not all, make me an offer somewhere in the middle.

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  2. servingu

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    pm sent on holster.
     
  3. equivet

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  4. taylor

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    How many rounds through the Barsto Barrel? How many through the stock?
     
  5. equivet

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    about 300 through the barsto, 6-700 through the stock.
     
  6. RetiredLEO

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    Mike: How do you carry this SAO Sig 220? Is is cocked and locked? Or is the first round DA?
    This might work on a trade for my Wilson CQB Compact 9mm.
    Scott. therowd@hotmail.com
     
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    Answered my question by going to the SIG page. I like your gun with the Bar-Sto bbl and grips you have on it, as well as the holster. Scott
     
  8. equivet

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    Yeah, too bad you need that DA. Have you looked at the HK 45c with the LEM trigger? Sweet pistol?
     
  9. equivet

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    Actually, the regular trigger on the 45c can decock with the thumb safety for DA or be kept cocked and locked, so either might work for you.
     
  10. RetiredLEO

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    I think your gun would work for me. The grips on it are very attractive, and I know Bar-Sto bbls are very accurate, a very important factor in my work. I will be at the Roseburg Gun Show on the 12th.
    Scott
    PS: How did you carry this gun, cocked with the thumb safety on?
     
  11. equivet

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    yup, it's kind of a pseudo-1911 with a different trigger setup. I don't think the trigger is quite as nice as a 1911, but the gun balances like most Sigs, which for me is very nice and has a trigger like the DA/SA sigs in SA, which I also like.
     
  12. Grunwald

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    Have this exact gun and it is a very nice peace. I would take it over any 1911, but I'm not a fan of that platform.
    You did not mention night sites (which I believe are standard on the Elites).
     
  13. nobamaplease

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    PM sent on rosewood grips
     
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