Help me decide between a Sig 229 SAS gen. 2 10+1 vs the "older" version 13+1.
I mean is it just that the gen 2 has a melt job and comes with 10 round mags compared to the other which has a 13 round mag?
I think they also come with the SRT that everyone seems to like.
Mainly been pricing budsgunshop... there are different configurations and of course 13 rounds would be better than 10, but I don't see why the "newest version" comes 10+1.
Is the grip shorter? It looks exactly the same as the 13+1.
I'm getting frustrated figuring out what's the deal with these.
I already figured I really don't need a tac rail if I want it for cc (even if it's tacticool)
Is it worth paying the extra ~$90 for the SAS 2 that loses 3 rounds?
I did see the SAS 2 have siglite nite sights, which is pretty much where I see that extra $90 going. But I lose 3 rounds and I could always get night sights later, right...so what's the point?
I have a 200+ lumens light and I don't plan on doing too much room clearing, nightsites probably do me little good at that point.
So would you save the almost $100 and get 13+1, no melt job gun,
or get melted with 10+1. FWIW, I don't really like the look of the melt gun.
I just want to join the Sig club