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IOF, that photo embedding is one of the few “improvements” that I appreciate in the WF. Mostly, I am less and less inclined to browse the WF, thanks to the new format.
 

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Added another P220 to the collection.
A "red box" German frame/Exeter NH slide ST.
I was surprised to find the ST has a slide to frame fit that's MUCH tighter then my nearly unused '87 all German P220 (that German P220 came with a sub-1" test target).
 

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Nice P220, DUA, SIG makes a fine, robust, and uber-reliable pistol. If I could only have one pistol, a SIG P22x would be at or very near the top of the list. I am partial to the P225/P6, but all P22x are rock-solid choices.
 

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I grabbed a pair of P225/P6 police trade ins around 2 years ago, it lead to two P220s in 45 acp being purchased.

The ST is a tank, 40 oz of stainless steel.
 

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Here is an early Smith&Wesson Performance Center gun.

This one is pretty rare. It's a Smith PC3953. It's a single stack 9mm with a fitted bar-sto 4" barrel.

The trigger is DAO but short and very smooth, making for an easy to shoot, safe and accurate carry gun.
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Here is an early Smith&Wesson Performance Center gun.

This one is pretty rare. It's a Smith PC3953. It's a single stack 9mm with a fitted bar-sto 4" barrel.

The trigger is DAO but short and very smooth, making for an easy to shoot, safe and accurate carry gun.
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...that's a good lookin' pistol...I always say: the better they look the more fun to shoot...
 
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