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Postby BoulderLaw » Wed Dec 06, 2006 6:00 pm

Hmmm ... I think $600 is a bit high. I paid only $450 for my 230SL at a local shop that doesnt do a lot of volume. The 232 is substantially the same gun. Anything over $500 out the door/delivered seems unreasonable for a 232.
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Postby P.Greene » Wed Dec 06, 2006 6:15 pm

Man was I wrong ! I only checked one site but...........



http://www.the-armory.com/shopsite_sc/s ... l/sig.html
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Postby shooterdc9 » Sun Jan 14, 2007 2:58 pm

A SIGarms P-232 is not a .357 cal. It is a .380 and the MSRP is ony $519.00. Check it our for youself on

http://www.sigarms.com/Products/ShowCat ... oductid=68
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Postby mikabubba » Sat Jan 20, 2007 9:26 pm

Just bought one -- havent fired it yet. Specs say its a .380 ACP, but barrel has 9mm engraved on it. What is the correct ammo to use?
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Postby BoulderLaw » Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:07 am

.380 ACP is also known as 9mm short, or kurz. Does it say 9mm kurz on the slide? If so it probably uses .380 ACP. Using 9mm Para in a 9mm kurz gun would be very dangerous as the Para is much more powerful. If you are unsure what ammo your gun uses you should check with a gunsmith or your local gun shop.



http://www.reloadbench.com/cartridges/p380acp.html
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Postby BoulderLaw » Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:09 am

.380 ACP is also known as 9mm short, or kurz. Does it say 9mm kurz on the slide? If so it probably uses .380 ACP. Using 9mm Para in a 9mm kurz gun would be very dangerous as the Para is much more powerful. If you are unsure what ammo your gun uses you should check with a gunsmith or your local gun shop.



http://www.reloadbench.com/cartridges/p380acp.html
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Postby shooterdc9 » Sun Jan 21, 2007 6:06 pm

Good point. I forgot about the Kurz round. Theres the 9X17, 9X18 my CZ-82 Markarov uses this, 9X19 the true 9mm, 9X19 etc. and on and on. I tried sending you an e-mail through this site yesterday but it would not allow me to. Do what BoulderLaw has sugessted or call Sig. You can find out more from this Sig site:



http://www.sigarms.com/Products/ShowCat ... oductid=68
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Postby shooterdc9 » Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:58 pm

Here are my Error Messages



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Postby shooterdc9 » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:04 pm

mikabubba



Here are a few of the variations of the 9mm rounds:



* 9x17 aka 9mm Browning Short/Kurz/Corto aka .380ACP(This is possible your round, the 9X17)



* 9x18 Ultra (experimental German pre-WW2) and 9x18 Police (similar, mid-1970s police round, mostly German)



* 9x18 PM aka 9mm Makarov - Soviet round, shall NOT be confused with 9x18 Ultra/Police because of different actual bulet diameter! (This is my Markarov round)



* 9x19 aka 9mm Luger aka 9mm Parabellum aka 9mm Nato - THE 9mm



* 9x19 Glisenti - a low-powered vsrion of the 9x19 Luger/Para, used by Italians in WW1



* 9x20 Browning Long - a long-obsolete belgian round, used in FN Browning M1903 and Husqvarna M1907 (license-made M1903)



* 9x21 IMI - a 9x19 case stretched out by 2mm, but with the same OAL and ballistics as 9x19 Luger. European civilian-only replacement for military-only 9x19, most popular in Italy and France



* 9x21 SP-10 Russian - sort of proprietary 9mm Magnum, available only in Russian sidearms (one pistol and one SMG) of current manufacture. Most often fitted with AP bullet



* 9x23 Bergmann aka 9x23 Largo - round, developed by Bergmann in germany in around 1905, and a standard issue Spanish round from early 1900s and until mid-1980s.



AND, there are more.
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Postby shooterdc9 » Tue Jan 23, 2007 12:46 am

Yes, I know that isnt your URL. I tried to use the little E-mail icon below the name of the person who makes the posting. That opens a dialog box. When I finished my text in that box, I clicked on the send message or submit button and then I get the error. Thats why I cant e-mail you and I have to post a review instead of e-mailing you.
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