More competition in the Single Stack 9mm offerings >>>>>>>

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    I was (OK, I still am) a bit skeptical when I heard about this from Sig a while back. Sig has yet to produce a really good poly gun, and the micro market is tough from engineering, manufacturing marketing, sales and customer retention point of view. I wish them luck.

    And I'd like to see something this size in their classic line up. I think that would be a better bet for Sig.
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    Dang, after reading everybody's post...seems like this wouldnt be the greatest SS 9.... =[ and the wait continues...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    Ill wait for some "gotta have it" beta testers to report back when they hit shelves. May end up with one. Glock needs to get their head in the game. They would own the min single stack market if they would start making them.
    Agreed! It does look interesting, compact, single stack, no external safety, I assume that is a takedown lever, but no slide lock release lever? Come on GLOCK!
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    Looks interesting.... until I see how high the bore axis is, the biggest fault of the Sig brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    I assume that is a takedown lever, but no slide lock release lever?
    I think that single lever is going to be the takedown and slide lock combined in one.
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