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Can you tell at a glance which one is the P220, which one is the P226 ?

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Wood & style : two Browning-system 9mm pistols, the manual-safety, single action, double-column magazine, rounded triggerguard FN GP 35 and the decocker-only, double action, single-column magazine, squared triggerguard SIG P220 (Swiss Army Pistolet 75). It’s not gun porn when it’s art.

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Fast shooting smiley group

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simplestupide:

Perotti’s Commander is back in stock! 

Acier : MOX27
Trempe : Intégrale
Emoutures : Saber Grind
Longueur totale : 21,8 cm
Lame : 11 cm
Epaisseur : 3 mm
Plaquettes : G10 noir
Etui : Kydex
Made in France by Tony Lopes

CHF 160.-

Better than an Opinel

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My P210 got a new dress : a vintage Nill pair of walnut grips, with a kitschy Swiss enamel coat-of-arms probably set by the former owner. I’ve got it for a steal (about five times less than retail price) and I really like the fact they are used, they compliment nicely the light wear of the metal).

Please note that I only put back the loaded magazine for the gripless pictures (in order to highlight them with the brass of the cartridges), all maintenance manipulations were done with a checked, unloaded weapon.

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the-great-trevor reblogged your photo:

Can you guess what my new pistol is ?

Sig P220? Beretta M9?

Nope – the P220 is on the right. My new P210, far less squarry, is on the left.

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laurentbelkacem:

Beretta 71 (.22 LR), CZ 75 Compact and SIG 75/95 (P220), both in 9×19. I’m still looking for a Manurhin PP, a FN GP35 and a SIG P210 and my collection will be complete.

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jeep42willys:

laurentbelkacem:

A Pistolet 75/95, made for Swiss Customs. It’s not a common variation. It’s basically a SIG-Sauer P220 that traded its lanyard hole for chromed magazines and tritium nightsights (they are dead, which is why it was so cheap). I don’t know why there are white dots on top of the sights. 

I’m not a big fan of square triggerguards and double action, but it’s a very nice pistol.

Serial number begins with “Z”, for “Zoll”, while military SIG P220 got an “A” prefix. [guns] [sig-sauer] [switzerland]

laurentbelkacem

Great pistol.  Chromed mags are a nice touch, but you wonder who thought of that – its an unusual specification.

To be honest, I think I made a mistake. It’s probably what my armorer told me, maybe speaking of the color – but I had to fix one the other day and after careful inspection, it’s probably just stainless steel. A choice I can’t explain neither, since those kind of magazines are costlier than standard military issue (I was quoted a price over CHF 100.-, when the standard one cost around CHF 40.- in the Arsenal). 

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jeep42willys:

laurentbelkacem:

A Pistolet 75/95, made for Swiss Customs. It’s not a common variation. It’s basically a SIG-Sauer P220 that traded its lanyard hole for chromed magazines and tritium nightsights (they are dead, which is why it was so cheap). I don’t know why there are white dots on top of the sights. 

I’m not a big fan of square triggerguards and double action, but it’s a very nice pistol.

Serial number begins with “Z”, for “Zoll”, while military SIG P220 got an “A” prefix. [guns] [sig-sauer] [switzerland]

laurentbelkacem

Great pistol.  Chromed mags are a nice touch, but you wonder who thought of that – its an unusual specification.

To be honest, I think I made a mistake. It’s probably what my armorer told me, maybe speaking of the color – but I had to fix one the other day and after careful inspection, it’s probably just stainless steel. A choice I can’t explain neither, since those kind of magazines are costlier than standard military issue (I was quoted a price over CHF 100.-, when the standard one cost around CHF 40.- in the Arsenal). 

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laurentbelkacem:

A Pistolet 75/95, made for Swiss Customs. It’s not a common variation. It’s basically a SIG-Sauer P220 that traded its lanyard hole for chromed magazines and tritium nightsights (they are dead, which is why it was so cheap). I don’t know why there are white dots on top of the sights. 

I’m not a big fan of square triggerguards and double action, but it’s a very nice pistol.

Serial number begins with “Z”, for “Zoll”, while military SIG P220 got an “A” prefix. [guns] [sig-sauer] [switzerland]