I had a chance to last night to head out to our local indoor range and give my new SIG P226SCT a run through the paces:
And to say I'm IMPRESSED...is an understatement and I wanted to share. It performed flawless.
I started at 20yrds on the bench sled and discovered after 3rnds that it was a "point of aim" shooter...NOT a 6°Clock hold shooter. NOTE the 3 lower "fly'rs" :
BENCH SLED /20rnds@ 20YRDS:
After completing that round by punching 17 more into the center I reset my target and gave it a try free-handed at 20yrds:
STANDING 2 HANDED MOD-WEAVER/30rnds @20yrds
Ummmmm..............YEA I need a little work at that range.
In my own defense - there was ALOT of handgrip shifting to get a "feel" for the SIG and ALOT of trigger jerking. The SIG has a very short trigger that took some getting used to.
and yea poor lighting......OK MOVING ON.......
I then felt that I needed to seriously redeem myself.... so I re-set my target and moved it up to 10yrds and shot 30rnds free-hand:
STANDING 2 HANDED MOD-WEAVER HOLD/30rnds@ 10YRDS:
.....hmmmm....that's more like it!
I was on a roll & it would have be almost perfect if I hadn't let 3 out of 4 of my last shots turn into"fly'rs" - DOUGH!
My conclusion.....I LUV THIS GUN! And next to my XD9sc....it's definately my best shooter!
Thanks all for letting me share!