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Sig p6 9mm

Manufactured 05/1979

My understanding is that these were police used guns in germany. It comes with a sig sauer box, police holster, 3 mag pouches, and 5 mags. It also comes with a really nice new right hand leather holster ( I believe desantis). Also included is a complete replacement spring package (hammer spring included) and roll pins I think this package was around $26. This is a good shooter. This handgun is very comfortable, and shoots very well. The rifleing is very good, probably not shot much. The blueing in the slide is worn from holster wear.

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$500 now $490 obo

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Okay, that's a cool gun. Is the rear sight a "dot the i" sight? How is the accuracy of this particular pistol? How does its balance compare to, say, a P228/229? Thanks....
 
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I'm no expert on sig handguns by any means, but I believe that it is "dot the i" sight. I had plans to remove the sights, have the gun refinished and put on night sights, but I have too many projects, and am working on some hunting rifles now. I have found this handgun to be very accurate, however after decocking, the first pull is double action, and it takes a little getting use to. I normally shoot a striker fired handgun. I also had plans to put in a new spring kit, the ones I found online are about $20 ( I think) I've read this will help with trigger pull and reset. I have held the p226 ( which I think was what the p6 became) and also a p220. They felt about the same to me. however, the p6 has a single stack mag.

hopefully someone here can answer better than me, since this is the only sig I've owned.

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