I am thinking about a hi-cap (12+) .357 sig.
(current carry is a Kahr P9 80% and sig 239 in .357 20%)
I've got it narrowed down to either:
- sig 2340
- glock 32. Ok actually it's a 23 with an aftermarked .357 barrel...
Not a big glock fan. Had a G30 for a day, 25 FTEs, total crap.
*LOVE* cheap plentiful glock mags. 13,15,25? rounders all cheap.
Aftermarket barrel with cut rifling - less chance of a kB?
An old 23 with 10rd mags is legal to carry in Mass, where I go once or twice a year.
Sig - Love my 239 in .357. Like my buddy's 2340 in .40
Both have been totally reliable.
Local to the factory , buddy works there.
Limited mag selection, 10 & 12 rounders only.
I do not believe the 2340 is not allowed for carry in Mass. Not a dealbreaker though, I've got 8 or 10 MA compliant pistols.
I'm undecided on the triggers - "safe action" for consistent pull on the glock, vs traditional double/single action on the sig. I grew up with 1911s, but now am totally comfy with the 'safe action' trigger in my Kahr.
I don't think I'd want the sig with DAO trigger though.
I think if I could get bigger mags for the sig, I'd go for it in a heartbeat.
Any advice on which way to lean ?