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Old 07-02-2017, 01:07 PM   #1
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Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is the Latest LEA to Pick the Sig Sauer P320

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I sure would like to pick one up. Like so many guns, not only SIGs, the P320 isn't on the CADOJ roster. Consequently people sell them privately for $1k+. There's a 0% chance I'm coughing up double what one would cost in a free state. They're really sweet pistols though, with a trigger superior to Glock. Some day, sigh...
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Old 07-02-2017, 02:02 PM   #2
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Purchased a Loudoun County Law Enforcement trade-in recently from an LEO Distributor. I thought it was a Tennessee County, but now it stands to reason it was probably a trade-in from Virginia.

Thanks for the post.
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I sure would like to pick one up. Like so many guns, not only SIGs, the P320 isn't on the CADOJ roster. Consequently people sell them privately for $1k+. There's a 0% chance I'm coughing up double what one would cost in a free state. They're really sweet pistols though, with a trigger superior to Glock. Some day, sigh...
I wouldn't be surprised if that price gouging thing is short lived, or at least greatly reduced. From what I hear, DOJ is really starting to crack down on/ monitor, off-roster pistol purchases by exempt people, followed closely by sales.

As for the P320, I think that now they got the military contract, we're going to start seeing more and more LE agencies jump on the bandwagon. I'm happy for SIG, I just hope they don't let standards slip with the ramped up production.
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I grew up near Sac. That's one of the many reasons I am happy I don't live there now.
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...I'm happy for SIG, I just hope they don't let standards slip with the ramped up production.
They can't let the standards slip much more before they wind up in "junk status" with defunct brands like Para-USA.
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I sure would like to pick one up. Like so many guns, not only SIGs, the P320 isn't on the CADOJ roster. Consequently people sell them privately for $1k+. There's a 0% chance I'm coughing up double what one would cost in a free state. They're really sweet pistols though, with a trigger superior to Glock. Some day, sigh...
If legal, I'll pick one up and sell it to ya for $999.99
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They can't let the standards slip much more before they wind up in "junk status" with defunct brands like Para-USA.


It can certainly seem that way when you spend a lot of time on internet forums. My take on the current state of SIG is that they are weathering the QC storm as well as some and better than most. All gun and ammo companies have had to ramp up production to meet never before seen demands over the past decade. Some have fared better than others.

I still expect my brand new SIG's to be flawless when I get them, and honestly, aside from a faulty gas plug on my 516 a couple years ago, I have not been disappointed. The workmanship of all my new SIG pistols in the last 5 years (6 or so guns), have been outstanding, and performance without a single issue. And the issue with the 516 gas plug was dealt with great. They paid shipping both ways and had a very fast turn around. The reps were polite and professional. I couldn't have asked for better service on the one issue I had.

I know these are anecdotal stories, but my own experience has led me to continue to be impressed with SIG quality and price point. There are a number of gun/ ammo companies I can't currently say that about.
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Great news for SIG, however with each new LE contract I fear for the supply to us folks outside of the US.

I hope that SIG are able to meet the demand without starving the "colonies" in order to ensure that contracts are filled.
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It can certainly seem that way when you spend a lot of time on internet forums. My take on the current state of SIG is that they are weathering the QC storm as well as some and better than most. All gun and ammo companies have had to ramp up production to meet never before seen demands over the past decade. Some have fared better than others.

I still expect my brand new SIG's to be flawless when I get them, and honestly, aside from a faulty gas plug on my 516 a couple years ago, I have not been disappointed. The workmanship of all my new SIG pistols in the last 5 years (6 or so guns), have been outstanding, and performance without a single issue. And the issue with the 516 gas plug was dealt with great. They paid shipping both ways and had a very fast turn around. The reps were polite and professional. I couldn't have asked for better service on the one issue I had.

I know these are anecdotal stories, but my own experience has led me to continue to be impressed with SIG quality and price point. There are a number of gun/ ammo companies I can't currently say that about.
Nature of the internet. People are generally are prone to making a bigger noise about something that didn't work rather than what did.

And they're likely to try telling that story at every opportunity.

If it were down to opinions on the internet, none of us would ever buy anything for fear of buying a dud/lemon/poorly-construct-lump-of-turd etc.
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They can't let the standards slip much more before they wind up in "junk status" with defunct brands like Para-USA.
Wait!!! Are you trying to say that Sigs standards are just above "Junk Status"?
If so I would like to know just how you came to that conclusion.
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I bought mine as a Compact (was called Carry back then) with Siglites during the SSE heyday. It was about $685 OTD. Hard to believe they go for nearly twice that now here in CA.
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Wait!!! Are you trying to say that Sigs standards are just above "Junk Status"?
If so I would like to know just how you came to that conclusion.



I still love my SIGs.
But it sure seems like the frequency of problems has steadily increased over the last five years.
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Purchased a Loudoun County Law Enforcement trade-in recently from an LEO Distributor. I thought it was a Tennessee County, but now it stands to reason it was probably a trade-in from Virginia.

Thanks for the post.
What did they use?
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You can never tell about law enforcement trade-ins. It could of been a former department firearm or it could of been a recovered, confiscated or citizen turn-in.

The one I acquired is a nice revolver. It is a S&W Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman .357 Magnum. It is mint and looks to of never been fired. The gun was manufactured somewhere around May/June 1973. They have become very popular amongst the S&W crowd. I was tickled to of obtained it, and this just puts another piece of the puzzle together.
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