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    SIG SP2022

    I was a bit surprised to see the 2022 still present on SIG's website - I thought it had been discontinued. It's now referred to as the "Nitron Carry", although I believe that previously many thought of it as a duty-sized gun.

    Considering the sea of handguns that SIG has on the market these days, how long will the 2022 stay in production?

    https://www.sigsauer.com/sp2022-nitron-carry-size.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slater View Post
    I was a bit surprised to see the 2022 still present on SIG's website - I thought it had been discontinued. It's now referred to as the "Nitron Carry", although I believe that previously many thought of it as a duty-sized gun. Considering the sea of handguns that SIG has on the market these days, how long will the 2022 stay in production?
    Lots of export sales, seen often in central and south america.
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    Honestly that's one of the few affordable ones, that is actually reliable. Anyone with a brain is still grabbing that option.
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    SIG SP2022

    Iíve got one that I learned to shoot onÖit probably has 20k rounds through it. It sits these days, probably should replace some springs, but itís been a great gun for the $400 I got it for 15 years ago.

    One big complaint I have is the enormous slide stop/release. Very easy to induce malfunctions with the wrong grip.

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    Back when I wanted to get my first non-22LR pistol years ago, it was between the SP2022 and PPQ. Iíve been happy with the PPQ but donít think I would have regretted the Sig.

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    I saw one at a LGS and inquired about it and the rep said they are decent handguns and sell reasonable well. Their hammer fired guns are their strong suit so I’m not surprised.

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    After 20 years, I wonder if the French Police are still using theirs?

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    But why its own magazine and it make it compatible with the P series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob96 View Post
    But why its own magazine and it make it compatible with the P series?
    I believe its the design of the gun - which is similar in function but way different in the execution than the P Series - its a totally new design.

    It is stone cold reliable, durable, accurate and easy to shoot. It would have been nice if SIG supported it better in terms of grips, etc.

    I can probably shoot my CZs a tad better, but none come with as good a trigger OTB.

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