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Discussion in 'Blog Forum' started by djg1965, Jul 26, 2020.
Then Interarms marked Sigs,that lasted only a short few years.
I learned most of this from customers when I worked at the gun shop. It’d be pretty appropriate to call them Gun snobs but most of them weren’t as dismissive as the HK gun snobs I ran into.
Most of the Sig fan boys also had a pretty encyclopedic knowledge of the Sig variations and history.
Beavertails, Mag releases, finishes, markings, etc.
"Gun snobs but most of them weren’t as dismissive as the HK gun snobs I ran into."
Never a more true statement uttered.
That be mine.
Not an HK snob, but I love my vp9 and have a vp9 sk on order. Also love my Walther, a German thing?
The striker fired HK’s aren’t snob worthy, lol!
That's seems to be true, and ironically, HK actually invented the striker fire and the polymer framed pistol. Glock just "perfected" it, right?
HK must have been livid when the 'newbie' won the Austrian Army contract in 1982.
I imagine Austrian Steyr must’ve been even madder.
Poor Steyr, that other Austrian gun company.
My Steyr and Walther get much less range time than my Glocks and Sigs.
I sold my ppq m2. Mainly because I never carried it. Awesome pistol, but I know my Glock’s & trust them.
Watch "Full Details of the Sig Sauer P320 Custom Works FCU Program" on YouTube
Speaking if Sigs, this sounds super-cool. They are going to rule the pistol market. To think, just around the time of the P320's release, Sig was considering dropping their pistol lines and just focus on riffles.
Sounds like some p365 options coming?
I was going to get the Wilson Combat grip frame for my latest 320 but opted for the Sig X-carry frame. I have the X-frame on my full size and it feels great. Plus being $20 cheaper doesn’t hurt.
From the horse’s mouth;