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Old 05-17-2019, 03:39 PM   #1
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Good Reason to get a P6?

LGS has a P6. Other than just to have it, are there any selling points to owning one? Interested in opinions. Thanks.
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Old 05-17-2019, 03:40 PM   #2
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Depends on condition and price.
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LGS has a P6. Other than just to have it, are there any selling points to owning one? Interested in opinions. Thanks.
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Depends on condition and price.

Good question Iíve been seeing them locally and online in good condition between $400-$500.
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I have one that I picked up from department new. They are fun weapons. Easy to conceal, and feel good in the hand. You will like how it carrys if you CCW
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I have a test for deciding gun purchases.

do you want it? if yes then buy it if no then don't buy it
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I guess it depends on the need or desire for a single column 9mm. It's a "base", you can "modernize" with an E2 strut assembly for a lighter and possibly smoother DA pull. You can install a SRT kit in it, and recontour the feed ramp to handle hollow point ammunition, for a carry piece for someone with smaller hands. You can install some nice wooden grips for looks, or G-10s for a firm grip, your choice.
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LGS has a P6. Other than just to have it, are there any selling points to owning one? Interested in opinions. Thanks.
Selling point: It is one of the coolest looking guns anywhere. There are a number of reasons for that, but look how many show up in CCR's gallery - and they ALL look cool. They exude SIG. Square. Teutonic. Efficient.

But I think I shoot my P228 better and it conceals almost as well and is about the same size.

But the P6 is cool. Mine is also near mint.
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The P225/P6 has fantastic ergonomics. Don’t buy it because you need it, buy it because you want it.
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Well,, It's a Sig....
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