The Sig 220!
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Springfield TRP 1911
Sig sauer P220
The Sig 220!
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Sig for me out of those choices
I am a little surprised at the poll results so far well then again maybe not.
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I chose the Sig. I have the P220 Carry SAS. I started out with a 1911, but for carry realized that DA/SA with no manual safety was better for me.
I own, use and carry 2 of the 3 - TRP and 220. I also have a G23, so I'm quite familiar with that platform. The 1911 is hands-down the easiest to carry concealed, and I have 8+1 shots available with a crisp trigger pull. I love my Sig 220, but the DA-to SA trigger change after the first shot takes it down a point in my book.
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I faced the 1911 vs P220 decision a few weeks ago. I decided on the 1911 because they both hold 8+1. So in my eyes the P220 didn't really have an edge over the 1911.
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Have to go the Glock on this choice - best of the bunch.
DA/SA with no manual safety
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I'd go with the Sig. I aready carry a DW 1911, no Kimber or Springfield could match it for feel, accuracy or reliability in my opinion. That leaves the choice between the Sig and the Glock. I don't like the way a Glock fits my hand, so in this case Sig is the winner.
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I would go with the Sig P220 for a duty gun.
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I'd happily pick the Springfield TRP over the others due to familiarity with the design.
I sort of like the P220 and have enjoyed shooting one on occasion.
Plastic kills the Glock for me, along with the dreadful trigger.
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