Got the brand pistol I want narrowed down to Sig Sauer.. help me with size...
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Got the brand pistol I want narrowed down to Sig Sauer.. help me with size...
Posted by geauxpimp on 12/28 at 5:42 pm
9mm? .40? something else?

Only thing I have to have is a threaded barrel for the suppressor.


This post was edited on 12/28 at 5:43 pm

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Posted by Riseupfromtherubble on 12/28 at 5:44 pm to geauxpimp
Suppressor? As in silencer? Let me know how that goes

Never mind, looks like they are legal in most states, but a pain in the arse to get


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Posted by MoreOrLes on 12/28 at 5:44 pm to geauxpimp
I've got a sig 40

It about 10 years old or older

Love it



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Posted by hogdaddy on 12/28 at 5:47 pm to geauxpimp
i would go with 357sig, that way you can get the 40mm barrel.


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Posted by lv2bowhntAU on 12/28 at 5:47 pm to geauxpimp
quote:

Only thing I have to have is a threaded barrel for the suppressor.

You gonna get raped by da Feds



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Posted by TigerTatorTots on 12/28 at 5:47 pm to geauxpimp
Do you want cheaper ammo? That is about the only difference between 9mm and .40


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Posted by Geauxtiga on 12/28 at 5:53 pm to geauxpimp
9


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Posted by tigeryat on 12/28 at 6:28 pm to geauxpimp
Get the P250 and you can have them all, 9 mm to 45.

Cool system. You can buy any caliber slide you want and change it out.



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Posted by RBWilliams8 on 12/28 at 6:29 pm to geauxpimp
.40 or .45


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Posted by hashbrowns on 12/28 at 6:37 pm to geauxpimp
If you are wanting to suppress it, the .45 is the easiest and quietest to do since it is almost sub-sonic to begin with. There are a few sub-sonic rounds to be had for all the major calibers though.


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Posted by geauxpimp on 12/28 at 8:40 pm to lv2bowhntAU
quote:

You gonna get raped by da Feds


It's only 209 bucks for the suppressor stamp.



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Posted by Tbobby on 12/28 at 8:57 pm to hashbrowns
quote:

There are a few sub-sonic rounds to be had for all the major calibers though.


Agree. Don't bother with a suppressor. Get the 9mm or a .45ACP.



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Posted by Yeti on 12/28 at 9:00 pm to geauxpimp
Get the 9mm


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Posted by Nodust on 12/28 at 9:00 pm to geauxpimp
If you want to shoot alot get a 9mm. Your pocket book will thank you.


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Posted by TigerOnThe Hill on 12/28 at 9:54 pm to geauxpimp
9mm. Practice ammo less expensive than is 40, yet comparable self defense loads are just as effective as the 40.


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Posted by jack6294 on 12/28 at 10:00 pm to TigerOnThe Hill
357 Sig

just to be different



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Posted by El Josey Wales on 12/28 at 10:12 pm to Yeti
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Get the 9mm



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Posted by Tiguar on 12/28 at 10:13 pm to geauxpimp
.45 if you plan to use the suppressor often.

9mm is effective when fired at high velocities. .45 can be fired sub-sonic and still be very effective.



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Posted by Grunt Actual on 12/28 at 10:15 pm to Riseupfromtherubble
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Suppressor? As in silencer?






To the op, I've had my sights set on a 226 Combat with TB for a while.



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