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Thread: France orders more SIG SP2022's

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4brian View Post
    I started SIG with a WG P226. Liked it, but didn't want the DA/SA at the time as much as I thought. Sold it. Later, work up to DA/SA. Got an SP 2022 - like it better overall. Handier and lighter.

    BEST DA OTB trigger you can find. I like CZ P Series and am invested in it. BUT, it cannot match the smoothness of the SP OTB. Also, there is not much aftermarket for them because you don't really need it. The grip texture is perfect, and the sights are SIG. Barrel lockup is bank vault tight. Recoil management is good. Reliable, rock solid construction, and OBTW - the slide rides on VERY robust steel rails.

    The only thing SIG out to do is offer a backstrap for very large hands. Also, MecGar needs to reshape the bottom of the 17 round mag to fill the gap in front.
    I have one of the older fat grips with the rubberized texture. They're hard to find at times but work well for my large hands.

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    Roger - they need to make grips MUCH more available.

    The French mess up a bunch of stuff, but when it comes to nukes and police handguns, not too shabby.
    Last edited by m4brian; 12-10-18 at 12:26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graffex View Post
    Bore axis is overrated.
    and they all said, “amen”.

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    The SEALs and SAS didn’t seem to have a problem with the SIG bore axis.

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    Probably includes holster, mags, cleaning kit, and a warranty program. Pretty good rate considering a SIG Pro used to be a $1000 pistol. I'm a huge SIG Pro fan, had one of the originals. Handled some of the new Pros. Used the Navy variants in my service days. A Pro is the only SIG that fit my XXL hand, now they have better ergonomics and weigh less: but maintaining a bit of heft is a good thing when it comes to rapid followup shots. Extremely reliable and accurate pistol. I have not used the P320's yet, but I would guess I would prefer the Pro overall despite the weight loss. I'm waiting for SIG to get the P320's bore axis lower before I bite.

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    Where were SigPros sold for a grand? My former agency was an early adopter of the 2340, then later the 2022 in .40. We kept them for about 12 years before going M&P. They were great guns and I agree the DA trigger is one of the best out of the box going. Accuracy was very good in .40 and superb in 9mm, but 1k a piece? Never saw that. A thousand bucks would get you two with change left over.

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