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OMEGA5
02-11-2010, 16:25
I have a P6, 1983 model in great shape. I came across some
100 gr CorBon PowRball 9mm +P and bought 60 rounds. My question is
will my P6 handle this load? I think it will cause the gun is made so well
but if anyone has knowledge to the contrary, I'd appreciate you filling
me in.
Thanks,
Dano
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G33
02-11-2010, 22:53
Be fine.
Some aggressive hollow points may hang up on feeding and in some models do not.
Test yours.
Enjoy.
:wavey:


Add: yes, I know powerball is not HP-normal.

OMEGA5
02-12-2010, 04:46
:supergrin: That's what I figured but it's good to hear.
Thanks
Dano

I am plastic
02-12-2010, 06:00
I have one, (81) and I've no problems with JHP that I've fed it. Also, it is very accurate. If magazines were easier to find, I'd be carrying this one for sure.

I like to use the P6 for teaching people to shoot. If they can handle the DA accurately, then everything else is a breeze!

G33
02-12-2010, 08:11
I have one, (81) and I've no problems with JHP that I've fed it. Also, it is very accurate. If magazines were easier to find, I'd be carrying this one for sure.


CDNN
:supergrin:

Love my P6.

I am plastic
02-12-2010, 11:47
CDNN
:supergrin:

Love my P6.


Okay, how come I have never heard of them? :dunno:

Thanks for pointing me in that direction (no p6 mags but I found a few others that I need.):wavey:

Metalform, are they any good?

Thanks

OMEGA5
02-12-2010, 17:18
I have one, (81) and I've no problems with JHP that I've fed it. Also, it is very accurate. If magazines were easier to find, I'd be carrying this one for sure.

I like to use the P6 for teaching people to shoot. If they can handle the DA accurately, then everything else is a breeze!

Mine handles JHP just fine too. I just ran across a real good
deal on some PowRball and bought it. Didn't pay attention and when I got
it home, it was +P. Wondered if anyone had ever used it or if there was
any info out there that said not to use it. I have a P239 too but it's only
a couple years old where the P6 is 27 years old. The gun is build like a
tank and I figure it could handle +P just fine. Just wanted a little
conformation :therapy:
Dano

I am plastic
02-12-2010, 18:34
The gun is build like a
tank and I figure it could handle +P just fine. Just wanted a little
conformation

Your best bet would probably be contact Sig. I hear they're pretty helpful (I don't know first hand.)

OMEGA5
02-13-2010, 04:42
The gun is build like a
tank and I figure it could handle +P just fine. Just wanted a little
conformation

Your best bet would probably be contact Sig. I hear they're pretty helpful (I don't know first hand.)


I may just do that.
Thanks,
Dano

panzer1
02-13-2010, 05:24
I would if I where you replace the recoil spring you don't know how many rounds where shot in the gun so a new spring won't be a bad thing.

OMEGA5
02-13-2010, 13:28
I would if I where you replace the recoil spring you don't know how many rounds where shot in the gun so a new spring won't be a bad thing.

True. Any ideas where to get one?
Dano

LEAD
02-13-2010, 13:32
True. Any ideas where to get one?
Dano

Topgun supply

Okay, how come I have never heard of them? :dunno:

Thanks for pointing me in that direction (no p6 mags but I found a few others that I need.):wavey:

Metalform, are they any good?

Thanks

P6=p225
Top gun supply has mags for P225

P.S. I don't have stock in TGS but they have done well with my orders and I reccomend them if you need gun supplies

OMEGA5
02-13-2010, 14:21
Thanks. I use Top Gun alot myself.
Dano