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Had the wifes P6 out with us camping this last weekend and got to shoot it a little. What a great little gun. The only malfunctions were in the hands of my 10yr old but he was limp wristing it. While I had it it made one ragged hole. You folks find one of these P6's out there grab it.

 

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My buddy in CO just bought one and was raving about it. He has already had a holster made for it and is carrying it.

Sig makes great stuff, next to the 1911 they are my favorite.
 
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You will never ever catch me doing that to a Sig cammo

I'd loose it........................ yup just absent minded ........... What was I typing about?
 

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hedonistic said:
You will never ever catch me doing that to a Sig cammo

I'd loose it........................ yup just absent minded ........... What was I typing about?
Fine, be that way. :|
 

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He said in little white font below never doing it because he would lose it - don't feel bad Joe, it's a very interesting paint job. I painted my Crossman pellet gun camo when I was a kid, I loved that thing - 1911 style - guess that's why I like that grip better than the Luger/Glock tilty grip. Environment has SO much to do with the way you grow up.
 
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Joe has painted one of my sigs already even toughed up the sights after my mishap for no charge.

Sorry I missed you on Thursday Joe bit of a car wreck well bouncing off a curb to the tune of 854.00... :twisted:
 

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Joe has painted one of my sigs already even toughed up the sights after my mishap for no charge.

Sorry I missed you on Thursday Joe bit of a car wreck well bouncing off a curb to the tune of 854.00... :twisted:
Thats an expensive bouce off the curb, Jon.
 
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Rim, balance, alignment, lower control arm, steering knuckle, bearings, tie rod end and labor. I just hit at exactly the wrong angle I guess. I wish I'd hit the guy instead, that would have been less expensive for me and probably injured him severely (I would have hit about the drivers side door.)

In a truck or something like a crown vic or anything domestic before 1974 I would have just scuffed the side wall.
 
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Just my luck to get one made back in "the day" - November 1979 and to have issues with it not liking JHP ammo. Add to that the tiny fact that it is "third hand" and someone so kindly did some NON-professional gunsmithing trying to make it run.

So, now I have the pleasure of turning my $300.00 P6 into a $600.00 P6 when I get the issues professionally resolved! I REALLY want to replace the barrel, but aside from the one listed here back a few months, I've not seen too many at REASONABLE prices. I'm hoping that I may get lucky and find that there is still one left here! Dreaming maybe? :lol2:

Live and learn. That's what I get for being 'compulsive'. Not the end of the world though; it's just money and a gun.

Once it's up and running correctly, I'm sure I'll love it like other folks say they do theirs.
 

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hedonistic said:
FBMG Smithy said:
GeneticsDave said:
He said in little white font below never doing it because he would lose it quote]

Wow I couldn't see it....
Its camouflaged just like your SIg....... see you'll lose it
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I'm glad to hear that some many people like their P6s. I just picked one up a few weeks ago and will be shooting it tomorrow night for the first time. I'll let ya'll know what my impressions are.
 
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