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    Smile Everytime I think I am done with.....

    Everytime I think I am done with..... 1911's, I end up getting another one.
    I just had this Sig Nightmare 357 Carry follow me home! I really like the 357 Sig round and have several other Sigs using it. My dealer just got it in and it was BRAND NEW!
    These are really hard to find. Several years ago I was looking for one and just gave up on it.
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    Looks good to me. Not much experience with the 357 Sig but it's always appealed to me. Is that steel or alloy?
    I've kind of been prowling for an alloy 1911, lighter is more gooder when totin it every waking moment.
    Never give up my steel but for around the house light would be nice.
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    Nice gun in a great caliber. The Air Marshals train at our facility and no offense to the dozen or so others that come in, their groups are tiny and the 5 gal pail of brass they leave is all 357 sig.
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    .357 Sig eh? Pretty neat. I like bottlenecked cartridges and for a time really wanted a Glock 32.

    Congrats on your new 1911, she's a beauty, and I like the roundbutt design. You going to carry it?

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    That is the plan. It will be in rotation with my Sig 229 Elite 357 and my Sig 239 in 357. At times when going small I carry my Sig 365.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster09 View Post
    Everytime I think I am done with..... 1911's, I end up getting another one.
    I just had this Sig Nightmare 357 Carry follow me home! I really like the 357 Sig round and have several other Sigs using it. My dealer just got it in and it was BRAND NEW!
    These are really hard to find. Several years ago I was looking for one and just gave up on it.
    Great score jeepster! That really is an appealing caliber/firearm combination. I have a .357Sig top end for my P226 Elite that stays mostly on that gun. My buddy shot it this last winter and now his Legion has a 357 top end on it

    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Looks good to me. Not much experience with the 357 Sig but it's always appealed to me. Is that steel or alloy?
    I've kind of been prowling for an alloy 1911, lighter is more gooder when totin it every waking moment.
    Never give up my steel but for around the house light would be nice.
    I've really warmed up to my plastic, Italian 1911

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