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Old 01-06-2013, 06:39 PM   #41
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Oh I loved my dad's 220 when I shot it a few months ago. Just hate the mag size! and for the money the XDm came with quite a few things in the case with it!
No doubt. I need to get to a range and rent a 220. Now that the 227 is out, I might just wait for a stainless steel version and go for that. I really think that my .45 is most likely going to be a 1911, though. I'm starting to get an itch that poly guns and big, blocky slides can't scratch!
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I've been a Moderator on a couple of forums over the years. This forum does not have active Moderators. Instead, users moderate themselves. You'll notice that there are 2 small icons on the bottom left of each forum post. The icon on the left is the User Online Status Indicator: grey for offline, green for online. Next to that icon is a yellow warning triangle. That icon is for forum members to report abusive or inappropriate posts. The site Admin will review any posts reported as abusive or inappropriate and determine what, if any, action is required. If the Admin receives enough reports of abusive posts from the same user, said user may get a "vacation" from the forums.

Apparently Sig228Nut pissed off enough forum members that he got "voted off the island", so to speak.
Actually, there is an active moderator here now. The admin account is "ffadmin", which is a multi-user account for the Forum Foundry staff - the new owners.

The "report" button sends a complaint straight to them, and apparently they saw fit to react.
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Actually, there is an active moderator here now. The admin account is "ffadmin", which is a multi-user account for the Forum Foundry staff - the new owners.

The "report" button sends a complaint straight to them, and apparently they saw fit to react.
I realize there's a site Admin, there always is on these sites. But what I don't see are active moderators here. They are usually volunteers from wihin the forum membership that assist the Admin in moderating the forums, cleaning up threads and monitoring/deleting spam and of course, keeping the peace. They can usually be identified in the online user list on the Home page by their user name being highlighted. I've never seen that on his site so I assumed it wasn't being actively moderated. I stand corrected if there is active moderation.
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I realize there's a site Admin, there always is on these sites. But what I don't see are active moderators here. They are usually volunteers from wihin the forum membership that assist the Admin in moderating the forums, cleaning up threads and monitoring/deleting spam and of course, keeping the peace. They can usually be identified in the online user list on the Home page by their user name being highlighted. I've never seen that on his site so I assumed it wasn't being actively moderated. I stand corrected if there is active moderation.
I know what moderators are, I run a Sig Sauer community site of my own (see my signature). I was also once a moderator here at SigTalk.

Now, there are no "moderators", per se, here at SigTalk...but the admin account is a multi-user account that is actively moderating.

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No doubt. I need to get to a range and rent a 220. Now that the 227 is out, I might just wait for a stainless steel version and go for that. I really think that my .45 is most likely going to be a 1911, though. I'm starting to get an itch that poly guns and big, blocky slides can't scratch!
On that note, Rock River Arms is advertising the first ever polymer 1911! I thought it was kinda interesting if you wanted to check it out!
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No doubt. I need to get to a range and rent a 220. Now that the 227 is out, I might just wait for a stainless steel version and go for that. I really think that my .45 is most likely going to be a 1911, though. I'm starting to get an itch that poly guns and big, blocky slides can't scratch!
There are a whole world of 1911s from really cheap to astranomical.
My first love was a 1911 and they will always be first for me.
There is a reason they are in their second century and still going strong.

Go for it Snakeshooter and enjoy.
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Yeah, it's pretty sad that I can fit safeties and do trigger jobs on 1911s when I've never owned one. I really want a Colt Combat Commander, but I'm longing for one without the firing pin safety...

I've seen those poly ones advertised, but I already own two poly handguns. I'm 'bout done with them lol... I think I'd rather have an aluminum or scandium framed '11 than a poly.
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I know what moderators are, I run a Sig Sauer community site of my own (see my signature). I was also once a moderator here at SigTalk.

Now, there are no "moderators", per se, here at SigTalk...but the admin account is a multi-user account that is actively moderating.
Gotcha...thanks for the clarification .
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Is the P220 about the same size as a Combat Commander?
I currently own a ParaOrdnance P13-45 & to me it looks to be about the size of a Combat Commander.
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Is the P220 about the same size as a Combat Commander?
I currently own a ParaOrdnance P13-45 & to me it looks to be about the size of a Combat Commander.
P227 specs: Sig Database: P227

P227 Carry specs: Sig Database: P227 Carry
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Thanks for that.
It seems the P227 is a little longer & the Carry is a little shorter.
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