so is it just the compact .357 or are the .40 rare too?
No question about that. Factory USPc, P2000 and P2000SK .357Sigs are far rarer than .40’s. The .40S&W is everywhere and still in production. The .357Sig was discontinued years ago; from what I have seen, I believe there are less than 3500 factory .357sig USPC’s and even fewer P2000’s and SK’s. If someone can show me a factory.357Sig with a serial number higher than 3500 in the USPc, P2000 or P2000SK lines I’ll stand corrected.
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It's not something I understand either, but, I look at these things from the perspective of a shooter and not a a collector. Whatever floats someone's boat I guess...
To the OP. Collectors pay top dollar for matching parts, boxes and the paper work in the boxes.
I searched for close to a decade, before I picked up my P2sk 357 Sig with matching barrel and hard case. My biggest hurdle, everyone had thrown away the box and paper work. I paid 900.00 for it, about 4 years ago
Last edited by armtx77; 08-15-2018 at 03:26 PM.
No one else is willing to divulge this but when you shoot a P2000sk with .357 roll mark you get a series of warm vibrations in the nether region. Go through a whole mag and tension builds. By the last round in the box, you need a cigarette. All of this is legal since it is consensual. Doesn't happen if you only have a drop-in 357 barrel.