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This is a discussion on Ruger vs Sig? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by nframe357 Of the 2 I'd definetly go with the SIG, 2022's have a real good track record for working when needed and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nframe357 View Post
    Of the 2 I'd definetly go with the SIG, 2022's have a real good track record for working when needed and getting your monies worth out of them. I'm not bashing Rugers at all, but the SIG is a better carry wep IMO.

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    Love the sturdy Ruger....but the Sig so elegant so eloquent.

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    More expensive isnt always better both are fine guns but Id go Ruger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    If I were to offer you a Toyota or a Mercedes (even if it is a low end Mercedes) which would you pick?

    Go with the Sig.
    You just might be showing your age!
    These days, a Toyota's got it all over a Mercedes for reliability. If it's for show, that's another story...

    ...and for the sake of staying on topic - I'd pick the Sig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost1958 View Post
    More expensive isnt always better both are fine guns but Id go Ruger.
    And you're getting the best customer service on the planet with Ruger.

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    I would go with the Sig hands down. But I prefer the P Series Sigs.
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    I would personally pick the SR Ruger.

    I like striker fired pistols.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilowatt3 View Post
    You just might be showing your age!
    These days, a Toyota's got it all over a Mercedes for reliability. If it's for show, that's another story...

    ...and for the sake of staying on topic - I'd pick the Sig.
    Risking going way off topic, it actually mirrors the situation perfectly. Mercedes lost a bit a few years ago, and had a lot of problems with body rust and other reliability issues related to suppliers, but have since corrected the problems and is on the up swing again. Sig has gone through a similar period as well, right around the same time as Mercedes. Toyota has remained fairly consistent in building reliable, yet a bit unrefined automobiles- much like Ruger.
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    SP 2022 has the best DA/SA trigger Sig ever came out with + it's a Sig.

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    Sig, I have a P220 Carry. I have a Ruger Blackhawk but Ruger is not in the same class as Sig

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    Never fired a Ruger. But I carry a 9mm Sig 2022. DA trigger takes some practice, but is smooth. SA trigger is very good-mine pulls at about 4 lbs. 4oz. Shot an IDPA match today (not first match, but first match with the Sig). Seven stages, my best match score so far.
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