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Thread: Sig 210

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    Boolit Master
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    Sig 210

    New toy is gonna be here soon.
    Never had a thing to do with 9mm.
    What is you fellers most accurate boolit/load??

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    Boolit Master mtnman31's Avatar
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    I've always wanted one in 30 Luger. They aren't common and command a premium. Good luck with and enjoy yours.

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    Boolit Buddy
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    Wonder how it will do with lead? Look forward to your report.

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    Boolit Master
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    Took me a long time to even find one of the new made in the USA models to handle...but when I did in December 2019 I was hooked...the feel was great and the trigger was beyond excellent...

    Started watching GunBroker for a used one and was able to get one that was listed as never fired for just over $900...could not be happier.

    Friend fired mine and bought the Target Model just a few weeks ago.

    Have shot it with 115 ball, 115 TC polymer coated and 147 L-TC and all shot excellent.

    You will love it...

    Bob

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    Boolit Master
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    Mine is the easiest to shoot semi auto out of the box I have ever had . It is the standard model and it makes me look like I am a much better shot than I am
    I tend to do trigger work on most all my handguns but the 210 needs nothing.

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    Bought mine late last summer. So easy to shoot.

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    I'm lovin it, as the commercials say. I bought mine (a standard model) new for 1099+tax--two days later they jacked the price up 200 bucks. Very accurate, and a really good trigger, with a better safety than the old swiss guns. I heartily recommend them.
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    One shooter at my club has one. He loves my standard 9mm target load.

    https://www.mp-molds.com/product/357...e-groove-mold/

    This boolit, coated with Hi-Tek, sized to .357

    Loaded in mixed range brass, whatever primers are on hand and 3.2 gr Clean Shot.
    NRA Benefactor.

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    Boolit Master
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    I always wanted one. Then a friend purchased a new, made in USA target model. Close to $1,800.00. It shot great, for 15 rounds, then FTE jamb after jamb. We cleaned and re-lubed it, that corrected the problem for five more rounds. Gunsmith where he purchased it had same problem with it. Sent back to Sig, it came back same as before. Back to Sig again, new extractor but no better. Third time they replaced it with another pistol. He sold that one as NIB, unfired. Whatever the problem was it wouldn’t have come up in the five rounds QC shot for the test target, which was a beautiful, one inch group.
    I sincerely hope yours lives up to expectations.

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    Boolit Man HP9MM's Avatar
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    I have fired about 3,000 cast bullets through my P-210A target with LBT Soft Blue lube. The bore is shiny like new. The bullets are the Lyman truncated cone one that duplicate the original German military bullet.
    I think I see a rip in the social fabric, Brother can you spare some ammo?
    Corb Lund

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    Boolit Master
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    Got 1 today,,right at the sig custom shop,

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    Boolit Master


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    I've had mine for about 6 months. Nice handgun, seems reasonably accurate but I haven't had it out much. One issue I have is it is real tight and does not like to lock the slide completely when it cycles fairly often. It stops just about .100 shy of fully closed often enough that it's real annoying. Only have a couple hundred rounds through it but that's the issue I have so far. It's easy enough to push it closed (fully locked) with my thumb, but the reality is that it's not reliable yet.

    Good excuse to shoot it more.

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