Sig Sauer, formed from a venture between Swiss military armament concern SIG and West German sporting firearms maker JP Sauer and Sons, is known for some of the best military service pistols in modern history. The bread and butter of this line has since the 1980s been the P226 model which is so good that the Navy SEALs, who could have used any pistol in production in the world, chose this gun as thier own.
Well, after making a name for themselves with their combat guns, Sig decided in 2004 to improve the gun for use as a precision target piece for competition users.
This led to the X5…
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How many times have you personally weighed in on the subject of what is better in a handgun, more powerful, etc., the 9mm, .40S&W, or .45ACP? Well SIG would have to weigh in on that with their P556 and bring something very different to the table with one of the coolest pistols on the planet.
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In 1996, the various German province police forces began to upgrade their handguns. With this, they were left with over 40,000 gently used Sig-Sauer P6′s on their hands that thankfully have arrived on our shores in good numbers. With the huge following these sleek mid-size pistols have gotten in the land of the red white and blue, I thought I would go over them for our readers. From my column at Firearms Talk.com
SIG has a pretty nifty new carbine accessory that will fit almost ANY railed handgun
From my column at Firearms Talk