Sig SP2022

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    Sig SP2022

    I am considering a Sig SP 2022 in 9mm. Anyone here have any thoughts on them?
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    I, of course, have no direct experience, but our neighborhood FBI agent sure loves his! We were talking about guns just when I was developing an interest in CC/pistols. He said he likes his Glock but loves his Sig 2022. According to him, several agents in Charlotte have them. I made particuar note of the model, because at the time, any Sig I knew of had the letter p &/or 3 numbers.
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    I have an all German SP2022 in .40 caliber and I love it. It shoots great. And lots of us Sig fans think the 2022 trigger is better than the ones on the P series. For the price you can't go wrong.
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    I absolutely love my SP2022!!

    It's my bedside pistol.

    Excellent trigger.
    Way more accurate than I am.
    For me, great ergonomics.
    Feels awesome in my hand with the medium grip.
    And the price is right too. I got mine for $430 with tax, tag, and title. You can probably do better if you are patient and hunt around.

    The only real downsides are finding holsters and $45-$50 mags.

    Here's a crappy picture of mine with her sister, the P250 sc.

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    For the money...if I had it...I'd be all over one.
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    I like them and had a 2340 at one time. Great pistol but I prefer the P series pistols personally.
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    Check out this Hickok45 video....he was pretty pleased with it.


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    I prefer the .40 cal version. It is not a small gun and as a result the recoil is reduced considerably which is a good thing. My son has the (MM and he loves it!!

    Good weapon for a reasonable price.
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    I love the sp 2022. Great trigger, 100% reliable; very accurate.

    Downside for me is it's a bit big and clunky. Great range gun, but for me too difficult to carry.
    Works well as a nightstand gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckshotshorty View Post
    I love the sp 2022. Great trigger, 100% reliable; very accurate.

    Downside for me is it's a bit big and clunky. Great range gun, but for me too difficult to carry.
    Works well as a nightstand gun.
    Yeah, it is a little clunky. That is probably why I do not own any doublestacks, mostly a 1911 or revolver guy. I guess I really have to decide what platform. Sig appeals to me because I have already learned the combat sights with my 938. I prefer to keep that similar. Also, the DA/Sa trigger should be no problem transitioning from revolvers and SAO pistols. The 20/22 seems a great way to get my feet wet and it is a bit lighter if I ever carry it.

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    Great gun, huge accuracy! I don't own one but fought very hard bouncing back and forth with the 2022 and my P229. I went P229 for one reason and one reason only. That horrid slide release BAR on the 2022. Just could not understand why Sig drifted away from the button to the bar but that was really the only reason I didnt go with the 2022.

    Sigs are great guns and you cant go wrong!

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    I LOVE mine!

    I have the .40 and it's my primary carry gun.

    The only time I've ever had an issue with it was using Russian steel cased ammo. All brass and no problems now!
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