Sig Sauer

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by RIPBiker13, Mar 31, 2008.

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What do you think about Sig pistols?

  1. Great!

    80.5%
  2. Good but the grip is too big

    5.7%
  3. Too expensive

    13.8%
  4. Wouldn't buy one if my life depended on it!

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  1. RIPBiker13

    RIPBiker13 New Member

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    Personally I love them. What are your thoughts?
    These are my 229s
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  2. Jay

    Jay New Member

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    My two GSR's ...

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  3. CampingJosh

    CampingJosh Well-Known Member

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    The only SIG I have is a Mosquito, and it's a bit smaller than most of the others. It fits my hand like a glove, but the bigger calibers are just a little big for my liking.

    Hopefully I will get used to one, though, because the Mosquito has been great for me, and I'd like to get a 9mm.
  4. Mosin_Nagant_Fan

    Mosin_Nagant_Fan Active Member

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    I haven't used a Sig, but I did have the chance to hold one and it's a nice gun and felt good, even unloaded. And from what I hear from everyone who has one, it's a great line of pistols with little to no problems. Very rarely do you get a "Friday Gun".
  5. mrkirker

    mrkirker New Member

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    My first purchase was a 220. A great 'first' gun, after the break in, no problems. Shot reloads, factory loads, etc with ease. Sold it (for almost what I paid) because I like the feel of the D/Action Smiths, and after finding a cherry 4003 and a 1006, it became a safe queen.
  6. pickenup

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    Started shooting comp with a 226. Son still uses it when he finds the time to shoot a match with me. Wife passed her CCW class using it. Couldn't get rid of it if I wanted to. Picked up a 220 somewhere/when, and used it in the last IDPA match I shot.
  7. Ed Ely

    Ed Ely New Member

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    None finer! My P229/357SIG/.40S&W/9mm
    eats them all.

    Ed

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  8. SouthCentral

    SouthCentral New Member

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    Love my P229 40S&W/357Sig. Got a sight pusher (smiths would do it...by hand) and put a set of TruGlo fiber optic on as a birthday present to my eyes. Would be my only gun if I had to choose between the 10 I own.

    SouthCentral
  9. obxned

    obxned New Member

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    Reallt like the feel, but not the price.
  10. CanuckPete

    CanuckPete New Member

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    Just got my first one last week, always wanted one but they are a bit expensive. Bought it from a guy who wanted to get rid of it because he is left handed and did not like it and now ITS ALLL MINE :D:D:D

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  11. RIPBiker13

    RIPBiker13 New Member

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    Have you fired it yet?
  12. Xaiver56

    Xaiver56 New Member

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    I have a sig 229 Equinox and it is a dream to shoot, extermely accurate right out of the box, they are expensive, but in my opinion, totally worth it!
  13. berto64

    berto64 Active Member

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    Had a preban 226 that was fantastic except it was a 9mm. Loved 45 acp to much and traded it off towards a 1911.

    I have one Sig GSR with a light rail underneath in SS and I love it as well.
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    My 226 was a bit too big, double-stacked magazine, you know. I got a "short trigger" from www.topgunsupply.com, which is really a "thin trigger" and that made all the difference in the grip.
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    pawn Active Member

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    love my p228 :D
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