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Evan
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Posted - November 20 2019 :  5:31:04 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Local Gander Mountain is going out of business and grandson, DJW, picked up a used SIG P220 with DAK trigger for less than $300.We'll be trading on Friday. I am really lusting over a Mossberg bolt gun in 5.56 that takes AR mags hat he also bought!

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Evan
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Posted - November 21 2019 :  5:34:00 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Doing the trade tomorrow. I just might be in love. I'll carry it as primary, my .45 Shield as a second and my Smith 442 for my one foot in the grave gun.

"The greatest thing a Father can do for his children is to love their Mother."

Harold B. Lee

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USA
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Posted - November 21 2019 :  7:09:33 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
While my DAK is not a 220 Evan it's a 226 I have become very comfortable with it. I don't know if you've used one prior but it's like having a higher capacity revolver. At least that has been my experience.

MSS
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Evan
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Posted - November 22 2019 :  5:38:22 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes, I've shot the DAK before and have lusted after one for awhile!

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Redheeler
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Posted - December 01 2019 :  3:49:07 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have the 220 in DA/SA and really like it. Seems to be a very reliable, accurate gun.
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Jim Higginbotham
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USA
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Posted - December 02 2019 :  11:04:49 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Evan

Local Gander Mountain is going out of business and grandson, DJW, picked up a used SIG P220 with DAK trigger for less than $300.We'll be trading on Friday. I am really lusting over a Mossberg bolt gun in 5.56 that takes AR mags hat he also bought!



Seems like a good deal on the Sig!

I have one of the early Mossbergs in 5.56 (yes it really is a 5.56 not a .223) but I got it so early they were not yet threading the barrel for a suppressor - big mistake, if I had waited the mandatory year - as you suggest always - I might not have made that mistake.

Still I have threaded barrels for 5.56/.223 I can use with a suppressor. The little Mossy is fairly accurate and it has a 1 in 7 twist so I can use heavy bullets...well as heavy as .22 bullets get anyway

When I bought my Mossy in .308 I did wait to get both a short barrel and a threaded muzzle - it takes unmodified M-14 or AR-10 mags.

Jim

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wydraj
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Posted - December 02 2019 :  10:01:28 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have had my Sig P220, SAO for quite awhile now. Good and reliable shooter. Never tried a DAK trigger.

John A Wydra
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wydraj
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Posted - December 07 2019 :  08:08:40 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Evan, what kind of holster are you using? Iíve used the same holster from when I would shoot IPSC. I would shoot my stock gun when they had their space blasters. Never won a thing but thatís not why I was there. Was looking for work from the holster and reloads under pressure.

John A Wydra
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Evan
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Posted - December 07 2019 :  10:11:36 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We The People iwb.

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