Who knew SIG's would be so addicting

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    Who knew SIG's would be so addicting

    Took the wife today to a nearby gun shop to do some browsing today. Ended up walking out with a new 229R 9mm, I really love my 226 but this little guy is nice. Fit and feel is perfect.







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    I find the M11-A1 interesting. The 220 as well.

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    It happens. And gets expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBuckwheat View Post
    very nice, I did notice one M11 on the wall there. I believe they were around $1000-$1150
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    Pretty. Who are you kidding? They ALL look interesting. :)
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    I'm at three now, my son carries a 229 DAK for his CCW

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    Dare I say it? Yes, Yes I will. The people posting on this thread are down with the SIGness

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    i've got five.

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    Don't breathe on me, I just got over that and have been carrying a G23. P229R SCT is safely locked away in quarenteen.
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    I aint too crazy about Sigs...thats why I only have 7 of them.
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    ...if the DAK trigger is a DAO and gets rid of the decocker on the left side, that's the one I'd like someday in a .45 Stainless...have never seen a Sig new like that...have probably only seen 2 used Sigs at my local pawnshop in 6 years...folks seem to be hesitant to part with them...second choice would be the 239 in 9mm...they're made for my paw...

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    Back in the day, 1975, a fellow LEO purchased a Browning Double Action pistol in 9mm (Sig P220), He got so much crap from all of the other officers including myself about how UGLY that handgun was that he quit using it.
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    Little did we know what was coming.

    Back then we had the S&W model 39, Browning Hi power, Colt 1911 and revolvers.
    Nothing Square like the Sigs.
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    Look how far we have come. Sigs, Glocks, S&W, ETC are common, and overall now preferred over the revolvers for duty weapons
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    We just bought an SP2022 at a gun show yesterday from an out of town dealer and will pick it up in two weeks when they are back in the area for another show. Sure feels nice in the hand and it's nice and light. It's planned to be my wife's "purse carry" gun. It might be a bit bigger than most carry guns, but we're sure going to give it a try. Seems like a nice solid gun. Heard it shoots well, so I can't wait to get it to the range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acepilot View Post
    We just bought an SP2022 at a gun show yesterday from an out of town dealer and will pick it up in two weeks when they are back in the area for another show. Sure feels nice in the hand and it's nice and light. It's planned to be my wife's "purse carry" gun. It might be a bit bigger than most carry guns, but we're sure going to give it a try. Seems like a nice solid gun. Heard it shoots well, so I can't wait to get it to the range.
    The SP series pistols are great guns.
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