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Thread: SIG SG 550-1 sniper

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    SIG SG 550-1 sniper

    Just saw this rifle for sale at the LGS / shooting range. Not something you see every day.
































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    West Coast Armory had one years ago for sale. I believe they wanted 20K+ for it.

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    That's an old one. I have two of the recent imports (a 26 and a super rare 18). They didn't come with the trigger or grip and they are pic recievers.

    OP:. Can you do me a favor. Can you tell me if the pistol grip is ambi? I have a line on some but don't want to order them if they won't work for a lefty. Also how much?

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    Sorry saw the pricetag.

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    SIG SG 550-1 sniper

    Quote Originally Posted by KTR03 View Post
    That's an old one. I have two of the recent imports (a 26 and a super rare 18). They didn't come with the trigger or grip and they are pic recievers.

    OP:. Can you do me a favor. Can you tell me if the pistol grip is ambi? I have a line on some but don't want to order them if they won't work for a lefty. Also how much?
    Quote Originally Posted by KTR03 View Post
    Sorry saw the pricetag.
    Well the grip is completely symmetrical so Iím pretty sure itís ambidextrous

    The rifle and I are in Switzerland hence the CHF price

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    Thanks. Appreciate the info.

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    That's just plain cool. European DMRs will always have a special place in my heart considering the problems they were solving for in the time period they were introduced.

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    Very cool, please keep sharing these gems from Switzerland!

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    Oh my! Between my recent purchase of a B&T APC300 and San 553LB you people take too much of my money as is! I'd be broke if I lived there

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