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    Default SIG M17 Pistol

    Just picked this up today. I may put a SIG Romeo 1 dot site on it.








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    Great photo quality and congratulations on the new pistol. I just got my first rmr (Vortex Viper an a Walther Q5) and love it.
    DDG-8 "Sine Timore"

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    So what's the difference between the M17 and p320? Have you shot it yet, if so how is accuracy and reliability? I have a p320 but would consider trading up to the M17 if there's significant improvements. Thanks

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    Default Re: SIG M17 Pistol

    A manual safety.

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    Default Re: SIG M17 Pistol

    Quote Originally Posted by NathanB View Post
    A manual safety.
    And the ability to attach a RMR

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGFAN86 View Post
    And the ability to attach a RMR
    Neither of those options are worth taking a loss on my P320 in order to buy the M17. Thanks for the replies

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellcraft View Post
    Neither of those options are worth taking a loss on my P320 in order to buy the M17. Thanks for the replies
    Agreed. Hell i haven't even sent in my original 320 for the voluntary recall. Don't plan on dropping it anytime soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGFAN86 View Post
    Don't plan on dropping it anytime soon
    I thought that too. Until I dropped a Glock 26 one time and it landed barrel pointing right under my chin. I was thankful for the Glock safe action system that day.

    On topic, I think the M17 looks sweet. I heard the finish isn't durable, but I suppose it would be a safe queen for me anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthrelf View Post
    I thought that too. Until I dropped a Glock 26 one time and it landed barrel pointing right under my chin. I was thankful for the Glock safe action system that day.

    On topic, I think the M17 looks sweet. I heard the finish isn't durable, but I suppose it would be a safe queen for me anyway...
    If its true the finish isn't durable another reason not to buy one unless it lives its life as a range gun/safe queen.

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